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| How to fit Shure E-Series Headphones|
Shure Sound Isolating Earphones are ideally suited for use with portable MP3, DVD, and CD players as well as any listening device with a 3.5 mm (1/8-inch) stereo jack. The 1/4\" to 1/8\" adapter included with the E4c and E5c also enables you to connect to sources with 1/4\" jacks, such as home audio receivers. Plug them into your favorite listening device, or bring them with you when you fly. The result will be the same - an outstanding audio experience, wherever your music takes you. To enjoy the superior sound isolation and the rich, studio-quality sound of the E Series, it is important to fit your earphones properly into your ears. We recommend taking some time to experiment with your Personal Fit Kit to find out what works best for you.
How to build a Vocal Booth
Here is a brief guide on how to build a vocal booth.
The OctoPre and wordclock - how to set up your digital system
As the number of Platinum OctoPre owners continues to grow rapidly, the boffins at Focusrite Towers have noticed an increase in the number of technical support calls and emails. The vast majority of these are not because of faulty units, but because of incorrect user set-up of word clock. Here\'s a few pointers on how to use word clock correctly...
How can I connect my stereo mixer to a computer soundcard for recording?
Using a mixer as part of your reocrding set up will allow you to record more inputs at once. Here is a basic guide to help you set up...
Installing a PCI Sound Card
When deciding what kind of sound card to get, PCI, USB or Firewire the idea of having to install a PCI card does put people off. Here is a quick guide to installing a PCI sound card.
Transfering Tapes and Vinyl on to CD
Here is a very basic guide on how to transfer your Tapes and Vinyl on to CD.
How do I connect a MIDI keyboard to my computer?
When setting up your project studio one of the first tasks is to work out how to connect you keyboard to your computer.
Tascam POCKETSTUDIO 5
What if you’re beginning to have ideas for your own have ideas for your own songs, harmonies, or arrangements, but don’t know how to get them out of your head and onto a recording?
Tascam FW1884 Application Guide
TASCAM\'s FW-1884 is an advanced Digital Audio WorkStation controller and audio / MIDI interface as well as a fully featured 18x8x2 audio mixer.
M-Audio Firewire 410 Application Guide
M-Audio designed the FireWire 410 to be a professional, portable solution for getting audio and MIDI in and out of your computer.
Music technology for the blind
The most popular music composing software used with JAWS is Cakewalk as with the additional program Caketalk, it is accessible. Sound Forge, the sound editing tool is also accessible with JAWS.
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