Vocals sounded really good. In the first video I could hear the emphasized strum but it was really difficult to hear if there was any other strums, I think there were . Could be just my dreadful laptop speakers. Hope this makes sense.
Hi Travis did you use condenser to pick up both guitar and vox? How did you connect the mic and to what? Usb or audio cable? I am not sure if what I heard was an actual condenser mic in all honesty, sounded very unusual to my ear
@adi_mrok I just had my vocals going into the condenser mic in front of me, and I didn’t have the phantom power on because I was getting feedback through my monitors.
I didn’t even think about it in this scenario but I’m going to use my new headphones to monitor next time I record.
I haven’t gone any route other than just setting up my live gear and recording with an iPad yet. I have a Scarlett 2 input audio interface now too. I gotta figure out how to use it more, but I couldn’t get it to function properly on my iPad.
You need phantom power for condenser mic as far as I am aware, otherwise you are not able to get anything off your mic to your ipad or laptop. So basically from what I understand you still recorded sound via Ipads mic rather than via condenser and that sounds that way too as condenser mic would sound better I am sure.
You had feedback because condenser mics are sensitive so you can’t use your monitors to hear yourself, you need headphones ideally. When you switched phantom power off you lost your condenser and you recorded with ipads built in mic I think.
Try on the laptop and see if you hear a difference. Use headphones and phantom power - I am sure I will be able to tell you did it the right way