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I like to keep it simple. My audio chain is thus: Output of iMac into input of the studio module of my Procaster. I use nothing but the built in processing provided by Procaster. My on air audio is easily as good as any commercial AM in the area, and better than at least one.
On the rare occasion when I decide to diddle with the computer — software update, etc — I plug the record output of my Yamaha mixer into the Procaster input. That’s it.
When I was transmitter shopping one reason I chose the Procaster was the built in and tweakable processing. I have not felt the urge to add any outboard gear. Personally (and I really hate to admit this) I think my little station sounds better than the commercial AM I work for, where we just installed a new $53,000 dollar transmitter and a $4000 orban processor.
I am a fan of simplicity and reliability.
Tim in Bovey