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Got a favour to ask from a Bricasti M7 owner! Reverb/Delay Processors (HW)
Old 28th June 2016
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Got a favour to ask from a Bricasti M7 owner!

Hello!
Been working fulltime as a musician for over a decade but Im quite new to the forum, the arts of recording and its related gear.
Iv begun buildning a homestudio mainly for recording vocals acoustic instruments, maybe some electric guitar, electric base and percussion but no drumkits for sure.

So far iv assembled a Wenger soundlok (a sound isolating room in the room) with 4 square meter space inside (something like 43 square feet).
Next step was hunting for a mic..
After reading a lot of threads on this forum I decided to go visit Andreas Grosser in Berlin and I bought a Gefell CMV 563 from him with one M7 and one M8 capsule. Seemed like a good idea to go to where the knowleadge is sins I really dont know to much myself (and it was!).

And to begin fiddeling around I bought an Audient ID 22 audio interface.

And thats about as far as Iv got.
My plan is to get a Bricasti M7, some nice compression and eq, a few more mics and later on upgrade the conversion and preams.

Inside the Wenger soundlok its real quite but also very little acoustics.
Im wondering if this idea/plan of mine is going to give me pleasing results.
Therefore im now asking for a favour. Would you reading this (taken you have/have access too the gear in question) run some of my recordings through a Bricasti M7 and preferably some nice compression and eq.

Id really appreciate the effort!

With love
Timothy
Old 28th June 2016
  #2
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Happy to process files for you

The M7 has a lot of presets and I usually tweak wet/dry signal so find an online manual and make a few selections.

Your file will also pass through an SSL X-Desk and Lynx Aurora 16.

Your options beyond that are the Foote Control Systems P4 DMS compressor and Burl B32 Vancouver which are always on my mix bus.

I can also engage Pueblo Audio preamps if you like.
Old 29th June 2016
  #3
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Wow thats great!
Thanks a lot
Ill send you a PM!
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