Setting the gain control of your microphone preamplifier or audio interface isn't difficult, but there are a few simple rules to ensure complete success.
Rule 1 is to get a good strong healthy level, but Rule 2 is that there should be absolutely no clipping. This video explains how to find the mid-ground that satisfies both criteria.
David Mellor, Course Director of Audio Masterclass presents.
IMPORTANT: You will find that the audio level in this video varies considerably. This is part of the audio demonstration and is explained in the video commentary. Further information on this topic is available in the Audio Masterclass Music Production and Sound Engineering Course.
The Audio Masterclass Music Production and Sound Engineering Course www.audiomasterclass.com/music-production-and-sound-engineering-course
The Audio Masterclass Professional Course in Equalization www.audiomasterclass.com/professional-course-in-equalization
The Audio Masterclass Professional Course in Compression www.audiomasterclass.com/professional-course-in-compression
The Audio Masterclass Professional Course in Reverb & Effects www.audiomasterclass.com/professional-course-in-reverb-and-effects
The Audio Masterclass Professional Course in Mixing www.audiomasterclass.com/professional-course-in-mixing
The Audio Masterclass Professional Course in Mastering www.audiomasterclass.com/professional-course-in-mastering
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