Basically I am going to use my garage as my live room and a room that is adjacent to the garage as the control room. A web cam hooked up to your puter is gonna take resources away from your audio software, but that may or may not be a problem. Yeah, I wouldn't use the same computer that I am using to run PT... But it wouuld be cool if I could figure out a way to share the monitor I have with two computers: 1 for monitoring Pro-Tools, 1 for monitoring the drummer spilling a beer on my carpetdfegad I'm researching this myself to set up for tracking in the suites and/or b-ball suite. We installed an ADT security camera system here...scroll down to see the monitor in the CR. I am actually going to try one of these: to what I have left over from when my son was an infant.
I really don't want to put a window between the live room and control room... And if so, can you recommend the hardware and software needed.. right now I have video cables and stuff for this, but once everything is running smooth, I want to give both options a shot and see what peps might like better I checked out the Apple website, and their main product for video is I-Sight... Seems like it should work and it was cheap to boot. If I had a 2 or 3 room setup, I would be at the walls with a sawsall, grinding away like an out of control gorilla to make windows..... (Ive been off my ADD meds for 30 years) Tonight was the first time I tracked in the small vocal booth with the cameras. The camera is fairly high above the vocalist so you can see them and the mic well.
Here are her external links: Susan's Other Condo Webcam: Susan's Online Journal: Anything else you want to know, read her journal.
Her knitted bears and rag dolls are donated to needy children. She does not mind people watching her but does not wish to be contacted by anyone.
If you wish to replace any images in existing threads that use Photobucket links and you find you cannot, please send a PM to Whitecat and we will try and sort it out. What I have been meaning to do for the last 3 months was buy a secruity camera and run the cable to down stairs. With all the dumb things that go on in sessions I think it could be quite funny. insteaad of drilling holes into the ceiling between rooms (huge pain in the ass to crawl into the ceiling because of how the place is constructed) for the camera in my live room, I actually soldered the camera connections (minus audio on this one) to an XLR and run it through my patch panel to the control room and do the opposite there. I always thought it would be better to just get some cheap LCD screens and cameras then deal with the acoustical issues of sound going through a wall.
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If you really want to go all out on your living room monitoring kit, and there's a home security fund burning a hole in your wallet, then i Smart Alarm is just about as comprehensive as they come.
Experiment with color, adjust clarity, and add vignettes.
You can even connect to other Adobe apps like Photoshop Fix to retouch and refine your work.
All prices, specifications, and images are subject to change without notice.
Not responsible for typographic or illustrative errors.
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