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Hi Guys, I'm fully sick as a sound guy, and I mean that in a BAD way. I'm totally useless - never have I had the knack of pulling great sound. I'm a very experienced live gig muso, but I really can't pull live sound to save myself. As much as I have tried, I can't seem to make our 3-piece band sound clean/good quality at our live pub gigs with my beloved M20D - maybe because I'm busy playing? Might any kind souls out there be interested in getting my trio band's M20D soundcheck file emailed to them, and having a crack at engineering it properly for me on their M20D, then email it back to me so I can upload the settings etc back into my M20D for a presumably WAY more pro-quality sound? Is this possible with the M20D? I'd be happy to pay for your effort, particularly if you're a professional live engineer, or just a monster with the M20D? Hoping someone might get in touch to help out. I love this thing, but I'm sinking rather than swimming, and the pub bosses aren't happy..! Cheers, Stu.
Mixing and Mastering
Line6Tony posted a article in General FAQDue to the subjective nature of the audio recording, we really cannot delve into the specifics of how to properly mix and master your Line 6 recordings. We can, however, point you in the right direction to some sites that offer great information on how to get your recordings mixed and mastered properly to sound like they were created in a pro studio! Ask Video http://askvideo.com/ Provide great instructional DVD's on a wide variety of recording and music creation programs. Keyfax NewMedia http://www.keyfax.com/ An independent music technology music support company that offers many on-line videos and DVD's. Groove3 http://www.groove3.com/str/ Another great site featuring instructional videos on many music technology products, programs, and techniques.