I have used the Zoom H6 for some VO recordings and field work with shotgun microphones… It works quite well, and the multi-track functions are very nice. The battery life is great also!
The preamps are a lot better than the H4, in terms of noise floor (used one of those too)… It’s hard to beat the H6 at that price point. the SD stuff is definitely better, but you can always add one of their small mixers to get cleaner sounds… I think you can bypass the preamps by using a TRS 1/4” cable into the H6 from the XLR or mini XLR output on an external recorder.
Great job Josh! I remember when you joined up…
Great proposal Benji!! best wishes on a long and happy life together!
No amount of gear can replace EARS!! and patience… with those things, even the most basic of tools can give great results…
Great video… It’s nice to sum mixing up into 1 word…
I would add “space” to this as well. Does each instrument occupy a “space” in the music? Both EQ, and level “balance” into this as well! It seems implied in the video, but not overly stated… Maybe that’s OK, can’t give away all the secrets!
Thanks for the link Gareth!
Navigating menus on my phone can be a little tedious.
A single, regular license is the answer.
I was contacted via email with this question.
If a song is to be used for a bumper on an online cooking show, then only 1 license needs to be purchased correct??
The Intro/bumper would be the same for each episode so that qualifies as a single use, right?
Thanks for any insight!
…is the organization of time, space, and feeling…
I have a C414 ULS series…. it’s good on the right things!! My room is kinda blah sounding though, but it plays well with other sounds and works on acoustic instruments that are featured in a mix… I like it on percussive things too… and occasionally for a room mic on a guitar amp…
I think a Mojave SDC matched pair would be amazing, or the Chameleon labs TS-1 tube mic. It has interchangeable capsules.