We cover how to record audio into Ignite. Ignite supports Core Audio interfaces on Mac, WASAPE interfaces on windows, and more. Enjoy the basics of audio rec…

  1. i tryed to find diffrent uses for this program and it didnt work try to
    find somethink for me and ill apprechiate it

  2. Jayvaun Gabriel

    Can you use this program to record raw from the microphone on the laptop?
    how does the quality sound?

  3. Mlle. Sharelle

    This was very helpful! Thank you! Does audacity record voice overs; because
    I’m not sure if you’ve ever tried it, but if you record once and stop it,
    once you record again and play–both recordings play, but the second
    recording plays over the first.

  4. you just enter their channel.. you cant see every single thing they’ve
    viewed, but what they have liked / commented on..

  5. Peter Alick (Hyrulian Herb)

    Awesome dude! I look forward to hearing your Reason compositions rewired
    through Cubase, with ambient sounds recorded through mic and then your
    vocals over the top. Dont forget to balance your levels and master your
    various tracks. Feel free to add a lil’ sidechain on your compressions too
    and remember to cut out any unused frequencies on your signals as itll
    muddle up your mix. Cant wait to hear you ‘UNnoobish’ compositions! Peace.

  6. actually they just have no idea how to use it. Check out my recordings. I
    use it for everything and they turn out surprisingly good.

  7. 1) How do you protect yourself from getting deaf ?
    2) In 25:10…if you have an analogue signal, the cool digital high
    roll-off filters in software might not be of any help as it has to get
    sampled before it is available for the computer to process and then you
    already have got the artifacts.

  8. If you could do one of these videos on EQing and frequencies you would SAVE
    MY AND COUNTLESS LIVES. lol. Either way, your vids are great man.

  9. Excellent video! Very informative. You are simplifying things in an elegant
    matter in my opinion. I just got one question. When you’re describing the
    dithering. You subtract 0.45 and then add a random number, why are you
    subtracting 0.45 and then applying random number X instead of just applying
    random number X minus 0.45 (X-0.45)? Where does the 0.45 come from?

    I double checked if you did mention it in the video but i could find
    anything, sorry if i missed it. Thank you for a good lecture!
    Greetings from Sweden!

  10. Thanks a lot Jonathan,your videos are so useful,you take time to
    explain!!!Greetings from France… 😉

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