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ROOM 114 VO ROOM

There are two Systems in 114 for VO and stereo track recordings:
Option 01: FOR MOST USERS, Those wanting VO work using the mic in the booth and not natively including the input Compressor.
Option 02 involves the patchy and digitizes through the Apollo system. For Audio and Advanced Audio users

* Computer stays ON
* Large TV monitor and booth cue monitor are connected to the computer
* Use the remote for the large TV if needed
* The booth has a ElectroVoice RE-20 Dynamic mic
* That mic has a pop screen which should locate the talent in front of the mic
* The mic is plugged into the baseplate under the booth monitor near the floor. The talent plugs in headphone to the corresponding port and the mic is in INPUT 1(A)
* In the main room – go through OPTION 01 or OPTION 02 depending on your end goal.

Option 01

1. Remove all patch cables from the patchbay

2. You will be digitizing through the Mackie. The mic in the booth is wired through the Mic PreAmp and then into the Mackie Big Knob

3. On the computer SYSTEM PREFERENCES —> SOUND—> input and output set to Mackie Big Knob USB
4. In Premiere or Audition – FILE—> PREFERENCES —> AUDIO HARDWARE. Set both the input and output to Mackie Big Knob
5. Look to Application Recording section A (below)

Option 02

1. Use patch cables to route the signal OUT of Mic PreAmp to RNC (Really Nice Compressor); Then Out RNC to Apollo input 01/02

2. You will be digitizing through the Apollo
3. Before you launch the app, On the computer SYSTEM PREFERENCES —> SOUND—> input and output set to Apollo
4. Launch Universal Audio CONSOLE. You will use the inputs on the console to control levels and routing
5. In Premiere or Audition – FILE—> PREFERENCES —> AUDIO HARDWARE. Set both the input and output to Apollo
6. Look to Application Recording section A (below)

SECTION A

On the computer:
* Launch APP
* PREMIERE:
* Under WINDOW, select AUDIO TRACK MIXER  Sequence 01 (or your sequence title)
* In AUDIO TRACK MIXER window select micro-menu – METER INPUTS ONLY

* Select the Record monitor for the track you plan to record to (R)
* TOP pull-down selection for INPUT needs to read UNIVERSAL AUDIO 01
* SET LEVELS!! Use the PREAMP GAIN CONTROL specified above
* Click red circle in transport results in a blue halo around red button icon, then press Play and the RECORDING light under the clip should engage and the playhead start moving.
* When finished with recording click the square icon in the transport or hit the spacebar. The waveform should generate in the sequence timeline
* The recording is saved to your project folder – in the AUDIO FILES folder. Those files can be copied to a drive, or OneDrive etc.
* If you prefer, you can export the audio in the tracks by selecting the tracks, FILE–>Export –> Media and save as a *.WAV or *.AIFF 48kHz 16bit (min)
* AUDITION:
* Open a multitrack session
* In a track (ex.Track 01) select the Record Monitor Button. It will turn red when you click.
* Go to the top pulldown in that track which corresponds to the INPUT . Select the Universal Audio Thunderbolt Line 01
* Set levels using the Preamp gain control (pictured above)
* Press RECORD in the transport.
* Track is saved in sub folder Audio Files but one can select a track and FILE –> EXPORT –> Multitrack Mixdown –> selected clip(s). Save as a *.WAV or *.AIFF 48kHz 16bit (min)