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ZloyeZlo , Jul 27, Location: Austin, TX, U. Some of it can be reduced by cleaning your vinyl, and the best solution is a vacuum based record cleaning machine like the VPI If something like that is out of your budget, I've heard the spinclean is pretty good too.
I wouldn't trade my VPI for the world though, it brought me the best vinyl playback for the money. No amount spent on stylii, cartridges, turntables, or phono stages will make a dirty record sound good. You can also try the glue method. All that being said It's just the nature of the medium. Sometimes you'll get a clean looking record and it'll sound like rice crispies, in those cases it's probably just a bad pressing or they used inferior vinyl.
Some labels and eras are worse than others. Find a store with a great return policy and read up on these forums. Vinyl is not about convenience and there's some work involved but when you play a really good sounding record you'll know why people prefer it. Laibach , David Ellis , Shiver and 3 others like this. Location: USA. As was said GuildX , Jul 27, Location: Minnesota. Define "slight pops and ticks.
If you only hear them on quiet passages and between songs, again, that's normal. If they occur throughout a side and never go away, that's not right and you should do something about it. I'd exchange the record if it's new. Watch out for any stereo percussions and such in the drop. Making everything under Hz mono should be pretty safe. There is not much to lose anyway in doing this — our ears are very poor in picking up directional information from low frequency sounds.
Everything below of about 70Hz is completely non-directional to us. So there you have it… Mixing for vinyl in a nutshell. With these points in mind you should be able to roll out good mixdowns and make your tunes translate well to vinyl. Hi, thanks for the tips, i have a question. If you have a bass sound for example that has sub-bass i.
Would you split the sound into two separate channels, one for sub and one for mids? Yeah splitting the frequencies of the sound across different channels works well. It also gives you further control across the different frequency regions — for example you can apply distortion or other effects on the highs without ruining the sub.
You can, for instance, just cut the side signal of say eveything below hz and leave the mono signal untouched. MEqualizer, Ozone. A lot do the same. Some may pull the sides into the mid rather than remove them- reaper has RBJ stereo plugin.
Depends on the arrangement. Imho e. What is it that causes problems with high end? Also is there some sort of guideline, eq-wise that can be referenced for mixing for vinyl? Such as ebu standard or something. This is a total guess, but check out the RIAA curve.Jul 28, · Clean vinyl is a must but you also have accept an occasional pop. It can be caused by simple static on the record to actual contamination on the record. You should keep your stylus clean too by cleaning it in between records and of course clean your vinyl with an appropriate brush before playing it. This will help reduce the noise.