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Recording Vox through RE201. What do I need?
Old 17th September 2012
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Recording Vox through RE201. What do I need?

Hi, I know this kind of topic is all over the place. I've researched it a bunch can't find a specific answer.

So, I've tried to record vocals through the tape echo, into my API 3124 and then into my 002(unfortunate, I know) and it sounds amazing. The problem is that there is a constant gnarly buzz happening. Prolly an impedance thing. My researching has always found people that want to remap vocals. Sure, I'd like to do that, but I'd also like to be able to do it in real time.

Do I need a DI or something more specific than that? I've seen the x amp and other things too, but they all seem to be geared towards reeamping

I feel like it is really important to run the effected vocal through the API. I've heard suggestions about going out of the pre, into the 201 and then the 002. I don't think that's what I want. Maybe you can convince me, though.

Thanks in advance
Old 17th September 2012
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