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Thread From Analog to Digital: A Newbie's cry for help!

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Devi-Dev

Devi-Dev

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1 Posted on 01/10/2008 at 02:48:11
Hey everybody,
My name is Devi~Dev Vazquez. I have been in ANALOG radio broadcasting since 1974. I have taught myself Adobe Audition and am trying to master some digital urban production techniques. I am very new to this and am starting from the ground up and would like to do things right the FIRST time! I am looking at a rain element CS1 music computer along with Adobe Audition 3. I need suggestions on a mixing board that is compatible as well as the m-audio 1814 audio card interface. I already have some outboard gear. I just need some help and production tips on how to EQ my voice for different things such as syndicated radio vocal setting, commercial vocal setting and radio station Imaging setting. I am from the old school razor blade, china marking pencil and splicing tape era. I have a radio program that is a really great concept. I just need help with the bells and whistles that are all hidden within this great program. Thank you in advance for all of your help.
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