ASK JOE Week 6

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"Source Connect Hook Up"

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  • Hi Joe-

    I admire your work and look forward to learning from your example.
    I am coming to you tonight hat in hand while researching Source Connect. A brief search on VU led me to some insights and to your video on the subject, but "Ask Joe Week 6" abruptly stops after the words "...old hat" (about a couple of minutes in.) Is the tutorial accessible anywhere else? I think it could benefit many of us presently thinking about coming to the Source Connect table. Thanks!

    Lowell
  • I had a lot of unanswered questions regarding Source Connect. You covered all of the bases. Thanks, Joe!
  • Awesome very nice to see the actual way things are done remotely. Thanks Joe I am just getting started and soon to do my demo. Very neat to see how it goes at your level.

    Mike
  • Fantastic segment, Joe. I love Source-Connect and use it to bridge to my own studio ISDN setup. I had not heard about Out of Hear, but I will definitely contact Steve. His service is a great idea. Thanks again for your generous advice!

    Heya John...I used to bridge myself through my home studio too, but I never felt "confident" enough. Just in case something happened back at the home studio, power outage...surge. Whatever. Out Of Hear takes the worry out of it for me and they are very reasonable. For you it might be a good phone number to have in your iPhone as a back up, just incase there's a problem with your own bridge. Joe
  • Fantastic segment, Joe. I love Source-Connect and use it to bridge to my own studio ISDN setup. I had not heard about Out of Hear, but I will definitely contact Steve. His service is a great idea. Thanks again for your generous advice!

    john
  • Nice one Joe. I was looking at that anyway, but I use Logic 8 on a Mac. I guess the Standalone system means I don't need protools! beautiful!

    Hi Neil...you're right you don't need ProTools if you use the Source Connect "Stand Alone Desktop Application." You still need your iLock with the license on it and the plug in downloaded into the computer, but no need to even have ProTools on your computer.

    Joe
  • So it's a SC-to-SC direct link that is - almost - as good as an ISDN connection broadcsat quality wise. For example for Narrations & telephony work where the client wants to record me on thier end.

    Hi Liz...actually. If you do Source Connect to Source Connect you many times will have BETTER quality than ISDN. SC has a new version 3.0 that comes out this week with something called, "Auto Restore." It works in the background to restore any audio that may glitch due to internet slow downs and packet drop-outs.

    Joe
  • Thanks again Joe! Very cool to SEE it in action. Actually, on your referral a few months ago, Steve and I have talked and I will be using him on my next trip. Great guy, easy to work with and it will make my life much easier.
  • Hey Joe!
    Thanks for that!
    What's also great is that I have used SC WITHOUT having to go through an ISDN bridge, by connecting directly through SC to another studio that ALSO has SC.
    So it's a SC-to-SC direct link that is - almost - as good as an ISDN connection broadcsat quality wise. For example for Narrations & telephony work where the client wants to record me on thier end.

    I also bypass ProTools and use the standalone desktop version....'cause I'm a SoundForge kinda gal! ;-) Although SC will work with the latest version on Vegas as well.

    Peace!

    Liz
  • Nice one Joe. I was looking at that anyway, but I use Logic 8 on a Mac. I guess the Standalone system means I don't need protools! beautiful!
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