Currently Being ModeratedJul 29, 2010 10:01 AM (in response to Andregillon)RE: Background Noise Problem while recording at home!
I'm sorry to hear about your recording problems. I have a few questions so that I can better diagnose what's going on.
1. What kind of noise are you getting in your recordings when using the amp?
(Hum, Hiss, Pops/Clicks or a combination of things.)
2. Is the amp plugged into grounded power? do you have it running from a power conditioner?
3. Are you trying to run multiple amps at the same time on the same power outlet?
Get back to me soon and hopefully I can help you with your problem.
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Currently Being ModeratedJul 29, 2010 4:32 PM (in response to Line6david)Re: RE: Background Noise Problem while recording at home!
1. i hear a hiss and it pops and clicks many times so its a combination of the two
2. the amp its plugged to grounded power
3. when i am at the garage i put all the amps running trough the same power outlet and it makes the noise, but when im at home i use only one amp running in the power outlet but it still makes the noise at the recordings
i will send a recording with the noise from the amp to you
thx for helping me outAttachments:
- noise problem.mp3 (314.5 K)
Currently Being ModeratedJul 30, 2010 4:39 PM (in response to Andregillon)RE: Background Noise Problem while recording at home!
I set up our Spider IV 75 here and ran it into the Line Inputs of my UX2 here. The sound was perfect. No background noise at all.
So, you should try a few things.
Make sure you are using balanced TRS cables. Cables with superior shielding will help to reduce noise.
Also, make sure you are connecting the direct out of the amp into a LINE Level input on your Fast Track. If you are connecting into an instrument level input you could be experiencing this noise due to an impedance issue.
Try other outlets in your house or rehearsal space.
If none of these things do the trick then I'd suggest having a service center take a look at the Direct out on the Spider just to make sure it's not a faulty output.