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  1. Nice work on the horns, I like it. Agree about the Fx and also think there's too much chorus on the rhythm guitar, I think it would sound funkier if it were dryer. I would bump the bass up a little too.

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  2. Thank a lot @Larry T.! I was using a Sterling Audio ribbon mic on my last couple recordings but I was having trouble getting a good sax sound on this so I went back to my Audiotechnica 4033, had it for years, it's a great sounding condenser mic.  The nylon guitar is straight into the Focusrite , no mic, same for bass and electrics if I use them.  The bass and any electric guitars go thru amp plugins, so much easier than trying to mic an amp (I have really nice amps collecting dust).

  3. 15 hours ago, RikF said:

    Hi KSband, nice and relaxing, enjoyed it, did you di the ncx1 ? Sounds good.


    Thanks a lot Rik, it's electric so yes, just plugged it in and used some reverb, Fresh Air,  a little compression and some chorus.

  4. Thanks everyone for the help. I did some recording yesterday and indeed the fader is not affecting the recorded volume, so learned something I probably should have figured out already 🤪

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  5. 1 hour ago, rsinger said:

    If the headphones are too loud turn down the headphone volume on the 2i2.

    It's not the over all volume, it me live vs the track I'm playing to.

  6. Really, I always thought the level I was seeing on the meter was the one I was recording. But if I'm using a guitar plugin the level to the plugin makes a big difference in gain and the resulting sound of the amp.

  7. When I'm recording a rhythm guitar part it's distracting to hear it really loud in my headphones  but I don't want to turn down the input volume that I'm recording. I'm sure there's something simple I'm missing here.

  8. Appreciate the listen and comments @mark skinner, @Marshall, @steve@baselines.co, @Bajan Blue and @AndyB01

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