On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 10:05:05AM -0600, Ectropic Harmony wrote:
> Mics currently placed about 3 or 4 feet from sound sources.
There's nothing wrong with turning them up as high as necessary.
> Main Mix & the channels' faders are all set to "U".
Don't do that. As a starting point set all DAC/ADC levels
to 127 (that's max for the DACs but not for the ADCs).
Above 127 the ADCs have extra gain which you don't need
since your mixer will provide more than enough output level.
In the envy24 monitor mixer mute everything.
In the envy24 patchbay set all analog outputs to 'PCM'.
> Ardour (no current changes in Ardour's mixer's levels, using default).
There are two things to get right:
1. The input gains on the mixer (for mics and other
sources). Getting this right has nothing to do with
the Delta 1010 or the PC. Do this first, using the
mixer's meters and headphone monitoring. The mixer
has more than enough gain and control range to get
2. The gains between your mixer and the digital world.
These are set with the envy24 DAC and ADC gains, see
higher. Once set never touch them again (since you can
do everything on the mixer), and only use Ardour's
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