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Hey Folks..Is anyone using the porta booth...if so ...Did you send off for it or can you pick it up somewhere like a guitar center...What about the 300.00 reflection filter...HELP
REALLY appreciate the help!
Welcome! What makes a house in DC different from anywhere else? lol.
Follow the thread prior to your comment, lots of good suggestions there!
Anyway, after many, many years of trying many, MANY different things, I really like the Apogee stuff for bang for your buck, clean, clear, crisp, high quality input. The MicPort Pro is also an excellent choice, but I sometimes question the integrity of the usb connector over long-term use ( the cable basically just dangles from the back end of the connector when the mic is on a stand. That seems like a prime fatigue point to me over the long term ).
If you're producing full commercials and all the production elements required for that, Pro-Tools is as good as anything else, except that its still hyper overkill.
When you record at home, you want to set it and forget it. You want to hit record and go, not arm a track, set up parameters etc.
If you have Pro-Tools and know how to use it efficiently (if such a thing is possible) Justify away. If they are just starting out, from your experience, would you recommend PT to a beginner? How much of a learning curve could you have avoided? hmm? hmm? LOL!