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Re: Blue Yeti Pro Mic (MUTE?)

Of course you didn't. Pro audio people don't use mutes on microphones. Only amateurs do. No offense.
Dipmcus,

So you mean that the Blue Yeti Mic is an amateur microphone? The people I saw using it seemed very much to be professionals to me?

Paul

I would say probably they are not pro audio people. They may be doing podcasts, not professional audio. There is a difference.
by Dipmcus
Mon Jun 02, 2014 10:32 pm
 
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Re: +4 ... +8 ... ??

As a general rule, keeping your output levels at or near 0 db is a good idea. However, as long as you are not overloading your main bus, you can push this, should you need a more present volume level from a particular source. The advantage being that you might only have to bump up that one source, rather than doing an entire remix of everything else in your signal chain to compensate for something.
by Dipmcus
Sat Jan 31, 2015 4:43 am
 
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