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VoiceMaster Pro

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Firstly ensure the sample frequency is set to the same throughout your system. Also ensure that the clock source on the master clock device is set to 'internal'. If you still hear clicks and pops...
If you wish to record from a mic, line or instrument source, through the VoiceMaster Pro, then connect the +4dBu XLR output of the VMPro to one of the 1/4" jack line inputs on the back of the 002. If...
The latency-free monitoring section on the VMPro is designed so that you can mix the signal coming from your computer directly with the signal you are recording so that the recorded signal does not...
First check that the cables you are using are not faulty - swap them with ones you know to be good. If they are good and you can still hear noise then ensure they are not running past any sources of...
Check the following: ï Is the power switched on? ï Is the LINE switch on the front panel switched out? ï Are the INPUT and OUTPUT LEVELS set correctly? ï For microphones that require phantom...
This owing to the capacitors charging and is normal. We suggest making sure your monitors are muted when switching on phantom power or when switching the unit on with phantom power switched in. Note...
This is normal and you will find that any class A pre amp does this (unless there is a relay circuit to delay the switching of the output - normally found in active speakers). The noise is caused by...
There is nothing wrong here. The VoiceMaster Pro is a mono unit i.e. it has one channel only. SPDIF is a stereo digital audio format i.e. it has two channels (left and right). The signal from the...
The first thing to check is that all cables are in good order and that the connector soldering is not faulty. Try recording with different sources (mics, guitars, line sources) to eliminate the...
We suggest leaving the unit on during sessions but turning it off when the studio is not in use. It should always be the first thing you switch on and the last thing you switch off in your set up so...
We suggest that to get a good output level the gain on the VoiceMaster Pro should be set so that the signal peaks at -6 to -4dB on the output meter. The VMPro meters are calibrated in dBFS, where...
Firstly ensure that it is the phantom power and not something else that is causing the problem. Check that the mic and mic cable are not damaged. Use different mics that require phantom power to...
The first thing to check is that all cables are in good order and that the connector soldering is not faulty. Try recording with different sources (mics, guitars, line sources) to eliminate the...
The VoiceMaster Pro insert send is unbalanced but the insert return is balanced. The reason for designing the unit this way is for practicality. The insert return is electronically balanced and will...
The FX loop is only in the monitoring section, it can only be heard on the input signal when monitoring via the headphones, this is to alow you to add effects such as reverb to the input signal...
The optional card contains a high spec, low jitter A/D converter and gives the VoiceMaster Pro a 24 bit S/PDIF digital output capable of up to 96KHz sample rate on an RCA phono connector. It has a...