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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by InHiding, Feb 20, 2020.
Turns out my neck was making a few crackling and popping sounds which were conducted through my head
Best. Thread. Ever.
Do you mean your guitar neck or your actual neck? And when you say heas to you mean your guitaramp head or your actual head?
I mean...was there supposed to be some sort of context here? A back story? Another thread that could have been linked to, or even just posted to with an update?
Thanks for the detailed report, so we don't all need to repeat the same useless steps when we try to fix our audio issues. Another addition to the almighty knowledge base of SSO...
1. Buy a used prestige.
2. Check the neck!
Please consult a medical professional
OK, so...if I'm understanding this right, cracking noises in your skull from your neck caused you to observe time at a different speed than what is actually occurring...or are you actually travelling though time as a slightly different rate than the rest of us? Because that's the only way I could connect the presense of sounds to latency.
Snap your fingers, snap your neck....
Haven't thought about Prong in a long while... last time I heard that song, it was in a strip club in Reno.
^ sounds like a good time!
Glad to hear this was solved. Hopefully it'll be a quick and painless recovery.
I'm guessing he thought some kind of issue with his DAW or interface was causing weird sounds in his recording
Yeha, that makes sense to me...but I'm just trying to figure out how latency (a time delay) would be involved.