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I will eventually get on track with the dsp1424p, but wanted to mention that if you are in meter mode and chose SINGLE, you can hit the B button and it will go from MASTER to channel 1, channel 2, channel 3 etc.
I am not sure if the third option which chooses the DSP9024’s operating level makes any real big difference, but it is possible to alternate between DIGIMAX +4dBu or -10dBv on each of the 6 channels.
There is a default mode which is called DIGIMAX, the unit will almost also power up with that mode chosen, regardless if you saved it with +4dBu or -10dBv as the chosen mode, pressing C while in meter mode will change that.
I have changed my Gate Threshold settings for all 6 bands to these numbers
Band 1***Band 2***Band 3***Band 4***Band 5***Band 6
These higher numbers cause the GATE not to reduce as much. -80 is the highest setting to which the GATE does absolutley nothing.
The PROCESS button has the 8 main sliders, which changes all parameters across the 6 bands at the same time.
Those are GATE THRESOLD, COMPRESSOR THRESHOLD, COMPRESSOR RATIO, COMPRESSOR ATTACK, UNTRAMIZER, OUT GAIN and LIMITER THRESHOLD.
No matter what I do, I truely think my audio quality stinks, there is something that’s allowing the songs to sound over driven at one point, like as if I have an amplifier driving another ampilfier while the first amplifier is turned way up into over saturation, but at the same time the music level is below 0dB.
None of my songs all sound right when played against each other, one song sounds okay, the next sounds like 50% of its spectrum is missing, a hallow, almost like the recording studio placed the microphones outside the studio, which would resemble a large church cathedral, the music may sound okay, but the vocals can sound distant.
Bass can sometimes pump as well, beyond words…what a mess!
I have used MP3Gain on all my MP3s at the default 89.0dB, recorded all my MP3s at the same EQ settings when using my Behringer VMX1000 (The VMX1000 has 3 adjustable EQ settings on each channel) to transfer my vinyl records through a Roxio USB dongle (Came with Roxio’s “Easy VHS to DVD software) onto my computer and saves them as 320kbps.
Music is difficult to record, often the vocals are easy to lose in the mix and some mids can tend to be distorted in the final result.
This is a very frustrating hobby for sure. I am not sure if 100% of the problems are my ear nerve damage issues, I wonder if I’d be having this many problems if I was still eighteen and had no hearing issues.