Exploring the MASSIVE headroom in your DAW
Q: "Why is the signal from my microphone low in level and noisy?"
An investigation of the pre-delay parameter of the Lexicon 480L reverb plug-in
The importance of managing configurations and preferences in professional work
When using a drum virtual instrument, should you record each drum to its own individual track?
What is production? Part 3: Recording
Why mono is better than stereo for recording vocals and dialogue
Setting microphone preamplifier gain to achieve both adequate headroom and a good signal-to-noise ratio
A simple 8-mic drum mix, with video
Two microphone preamplifiers compared at Abbey Road Studio 2 - tube and transistor
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October 18, 2004
New from Stereoscope is the new Harmonic Overdriver SSHO-1 effect pedal. Through its design, SSHO-1 adds energy to even order harmonics. The Harmonic Overdriver can be used to add a bit of edge to your sound or you can turn it up to produce a thick distortion.
The Harmonic Overdriver can be purchased from the Stereoscope website for $110 Canadian (aprox. $90 US)
For more information, visit their web site at www.stereoscope.ca