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  • Imagimotion - Who We Are
    when a project is on a tight deadline Dave has been active in the Bay Area music scene for over 15 years and has had the opportunity to work with some notable engineers and producers Recently he had the opportunity to work in the legendary Different Fur studio in San Francisco where artists such as Primus Joe Satriani and Santana have recorded in the past For the past few years Dave has taken on a larger role of producing local bands in addition to mixing and remote recording Although his specialty is in rock heavy metal punk and pop Dave has also mixed and worked with country funk and techno groups With the cost of digital audio editing and sequencing software finally reaching a level where practically anyone can afford to make music on their computer digital music has clearly become the mainstay of the audio industry Having worked extensively with both media Dave recognized that there was a gap in the audio world that needed to be addressed Although digital technology has provided huge leaps in signal clarity and helped to push audible signal response far beyond the capabilities of analog tape recorders the resulting sound is often accused of being sterile or clinical sometimes even leading musicians to the conclusion that it sounds too digital Somehow the warmth of analog gear and analog tape machines has been lost in the push for better resolution and signal to noise ratio Imagimotion is Dave s answer to that dilemma Realizing that analog gear has its place in restoring some of the lost magic in digital recordings Dave has a philosophy of using the right tool for the right job By reintroducing analog processing in the signal path where it makes sense Imagimotion bridges the gap between the harshness of digital

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  • Imagimotion - Contact Us
    questions regarding our services you can contact us by calling or sending an inquiry via email below and we ll get back to you as soon as possible Thanks Name

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  • Imagimotion Links
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  • Imagimotion MixBuss Analog Summing Mixer
    especially for vintage equipment With the MixBuss you get all the benefits of mixing down on an analog console in a convenient 2 unit rackmount piece of gear The MixBuss is built upon an active summing circuit that incorporates the highest quality components available today Because of the active summing matrix the MixBuss is free from the artifacts of passive summing circuits where the variable loading of individual inputs requires variable levels of makeup gain in the output With the MixBuss though what comes in is what goes out There is no additional need for a makeup gain amplifier like in passive summing solutions However in those instances when a little extra gain is needed between the MixBuss outputs and downstream gear with different line level requirements the output summing amplifier provides up to an additional 10 dB of gain The MixBuss comes stock with 16 channel inputs that are hard wired to stereo output pairs with odd numbered channels routed to the left output and even numbered channels routed to the right Channel pairs 1 2 and 3 4 however each have a selector switch to assign the outputs to either a stereo or mono for center panning each channel This provides enough flexibility to assign mono channels like kick snare and bass while still maintaining pan automation within the DAW when sending outputs to channels with stereo Left Right pairing In addition to the 16 routable inputs there is an additional Mix Input that accepts a stereo pair from other MixBuss units In this way multiple units can be daisy chained to provide an unlimited amount of summing expansion The single pair of outputs on the MixBuss are controlled by the Mix Level volume control on the front panel Each unit is hand calibrated to precisely match the

    Original URL path: http://imagimotion.com/MixBuss.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Imagimotion Products
    the incoming signal level The image below shows an example of an armed input track for recording the MixBuss output signal You will notice that the output assignment for this track is set to none so that the incoming signal is not routed to any outputs on the interface This will avoid a nasty feedback loop that could overload the circuits on your interface possibly damaging them in the process With the track now set to record enable play back the test tone As the tone is being played back turn the Mix Level volume knob until the input meters in the record track read 3dB Once your meters read 3dB you can disengage playback and the unit is now calibrated for unity gain Mixing With The MixBuss Now that you have unity gain going from the DAW through the MixBuss and back into the DAW you can start mixing with the unit The easiest way to integrate without requiring a lot of changes to your workflow and mix methodology is to create what are called stems A stem is essentially a stereo submix of components in your mix like overheads for drums a stereo mix of toms stereo guitars room mics a drum submix etc Basically anything you create within the DAW that can be assigned to stereo tracks or groups for mixdown can become a stem for summing If you do everything in the box each stem will be assigned to the master output where everything is mixed down to a single stereo pair When summing externally you assign each stem to a pair of inputs on the summing buss Once you have all the stems assigned you then arm a stereo track for recording in your DAW and assign the outputs from the summing buss to your DAW inputs Now you can press record and it will record the summed output from the MixBuss as the song plays back in realtime Below is an image of individual track assignments to stem outputs in Sonar Click here to enlarge photo The images below show the stem group assignments to individual interface outputs These outputs are in turn connected to the MixBuss inputs and provide the basis for the externally summed mix Click here to enlarge photo Click here to enlarge photo You can also take advantage of the mono selections on the MixBuss for interface outputs that are panned center For example if you have a snare top snare bottom kick drum and vocal tracks you can assign each of these tracks to a single interface output and tie those outputs to either the 1 2 or 3 4 inputs on the MixBuss with Mono signal routing selected This ensures that the signal from the DAW goes through no internal summing calculations for panning before it is sent to the outputs and can lead to a more up front sound for those tracks in the mix For those tracks that will be panned mono you need to assign

    Original URL path: http://imagimotion.com/MixBussInstallGuide.htm (2016-04-30)
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