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Ableton Live - Using Multiple Interfaces

altAre you trying to record multiple instruments simultaneously but do not have enough inputs on your audio interface? Well, if you or a friend has a second audio interface laying around you can combine the interfaces and double the amount of inputs and outputs. The instructions below will show you how to achieve this in Ableton on a Windows and Mac. 

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Which video stabilization device is right for me?

Glidecam 2000 ProSome readers have asked what kind of stabilization system I use when recording video. I often use the Glidecam 2000 Pro.

The Glidecam 2000 Pro is a less expensive alternative to a Steady Cam for those floating-type shots.

There are many types of video stabilization devices availalble, each with its own set of benefits and applications.  You'll want to think carefully about what types of shooting you'll be doing.

If you are considering a Glidecam 2000 Pro, it is likely that you were inspired by a certain type of shot that you'd like to be able to achieve.

I'll cover the applicaitons and benefits of this product, as well as some alternative stabilization methods you ma want to consider if this will be your first purchase of a video stabilization device.  

Hopefully this discussion will get you thinking about some specific goals you have for your video shooting, and how a stabilizer can help you achieve them.

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Alto Professional - Choosing and Using the Right Microphones

sputnikWhether you're in the studio or on stage, the mic is the first link in the audio chain.  We'll look at which mic types work best for live or studio use, then describe how to get the best sound from them.  There can be an overwhelming amount of microphones to choose from, so it's best to learn how each of them function.  Keep in mind that in audio, many rules are broken, and a wide variety of microphones may work for your application.  The following is a general guideline to start with.

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