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That show sucked, but I had fun listening with my fellow BellGabbers.

TidePods Dave!


This was the longest I've listened, probably too long... But it was hysterical.

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Thatís why I refer to them as faggots.

That's another word that can be used to describe the circumstances.

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Welfare Check time?

I meant that as in I feel so betrayed and outraged that he manipulated me!!!!


I WOULD call the cops like Sean if I was a female.

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"Manipulating can be good if you use it properly".  -  Dave Schrader

There you have it folks.

That explains the "phantom push", from the ghost!!

I'm calling the police.

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I don't agree with teaching people to do things by giving them rewards, because then they learn to expect a reward every time they do something good.

Sounds like something you do for children, I could be wrong.

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They have to serve their cat-masterís view of reality now. Itís the parasites talking.

https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/03/how-your-cat-is-making-you-crazy/308873/

The sad part is some adults allow their emotions to control and rule over their entire existence.


#Sad

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This guest is describing cat lady emotional manipulation perfectly.

Gaslighting.

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I don't believe in those.  I think Dave is full of BS so far.

I was referring to the other "dark forces".

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It must have been a very strong ghost to be able to knock Dave Schroeder over.

It must be those "dark", forces Brig.

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If you're hearing audio dropping out of one side or the other in your headphones, it's not the mic because the mic, unless there's something special about yours that I'm not privy to, outputs only center channel audio. It's gonna be your mixer, 99 times out of 100. Possibly your mic processor if you have one, but that's probably being fed mono into the mixer which eliminates it as a source of the problem.
It just depends on your use case, really. If you aren't taking callers or bringing on a co-host, zero aux sends will do. But yeah, more is usually better, but post fade is key for broadcast purposes. You don't want your callers or co-host to continue hearing you after you've potted your mic down.
Consider one of the self builds on microphone-parts.com because you can build a mic yourself for about $200 that's on par with a $2200 Neumann U87ai. If you don't build your own condenser from that site or spend big bucks on something else, I'd get a dynamic mic instead. Most modern condenser mics are engineered to fool our ears by over emphasizing the high end, which leads the untrained listener to believe they're hearing "clear" sound when, in fact, it's a mess that becomes evident when you really compare that mic against something legit or look at a graph of its frequency response. The MXL 990 is a great example of the shit engineering in modern condenser mics coming out of China. Then again, they're squeezing a lot out of those mics for only $50 so it's hard to complain too loudly. I've attached a vocal recording that I engineered with an unmodified MXL 990 to show that you can, in fact, polish a turd (only the man's vocals... the woman was recorded somewhere in Europe using I don't know what).
Yeah, I'd use as little equipment as possible and definitely only one mixer. You'll have much better control over the final product people are hearing with one mixer (not to mention saving desktop real estate).
I've never owned a Mackie, but every time I buy a Behringer mixer, I wish I'd bought a Mackie instead. Far more durable. I've seen Mackie mixers in use for 20 years without so much as a single bad cap on the internal PSU. No way anyone could say that about a Behringer. However, I'm in love with Behringer's USB audio interfaces. I own two of their UMC202HD units which cost $60 and I'd take those over a competing $150 Focusrite any day.

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If you're hearing audio dropping out of one side or the other in your headphones, it's not the mic because the mic, unless there's something special about yours that I'm not privy to, outputs only center channel audio. It's gonna be your mixer, 99 times out of 100. Possibly your mic processor if you have one, but that's probably being fed mono into the mixer which eliminates it as a source of the problem.

Damn, I was hoping it wasn't the mixer exactly. Nothing special about any of the gear I use, nothing moded. It's just your standard RE-27 I bought used.

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It just depends on your use case, really. If you aren't taking callers or bringing on a co-host, zero aux sends will do. But yeah, more is usually better, but post fade is key for broadcast purposes. You don't want your callers or co-host to continue hearing you after you've potted your mic down.


I need at least 3 auxes .... I also use an FX aux for my compressor/limiter... I rather use an insert however.


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Consider one of the self builds on microphone-parts.com because you can build a mic yourself for about $200 that's on par with a $2200 Neumann U87ai. If you don't build your own condenser from that site or spend big bucks on something else, I'd get a dynamic mic instead. Most modern condenser mics are engineered to fool our ears by over emphasizing the high end, which leads the untrained listener to believe they're hearing "clear" sound when, in fact, it's a mess that becomes evident when you really compare that mic against something legit or look at a graph of its frequency response. The MXL 990 is a great example of the shit engineering in modern condenser mics coming out of China. Then again, they're squeezing a lot out of those mics for only $50 so it's hard to complain too loudly. I've attached a vocal recording that I engineered with an unmodified MXL 990 to show that you can, in fact, polish a turd (only the man's vocals... the woman was recorded somewhere in Europe using I don't know what).

My autism can only lead me through so many things, I don't think I have the patience to actually make my own Microphone. I've put many things together almost like Jesus Christ, however a microphone... Idk... I would need a lot of pills and weed to get me wired, No pun intended. My friend bought an MXL 990 while it does sound great there's a ton of self-noise. This is where my autism kicks in ......... I am looking for a few things in a microphone... even though my current microphone is not ideal for my preference. It doesn't sound clean it sounds slightly roughed up, I would rather get a AKG perception over the MXL 990... the vocal presence for speech is too chewed up. I am looking for a flat microphone with a presence boost, This is why I am focused on the TLM 103.


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Yeah, I'd use as little equipment as possible and definitely only one mixer. You'll have much better control over the final product people are hearing with one mixer (not to mention saving desktop real estate).

I used the rodecaster pro and the x32 I'd advise to stay away from both.


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've never owned a Mackie, but every time I buy a Behringer mixer, I wish I'd bought a Mackie instead. Far more durable. I've seen Mackie mixers in use for 20 years without so much as a single bad cap on the internal PSU. No way anyone could say that about a Behringer. However, I'm in love with Behringer's USB audio interfaces. I own two of their UMC202HD units which cost $60 and I'd take those over a competing $150 Focusrite any day.

I've been using an Allen n Heath mixer for a while and I absolutely love it, no complaints except I wish it had more aux sends. I was even thinking of just maybe even buying the bigger version of the zed series That I currently use.

However...... that Mackie.... it's much newer.... like 16 years newer with 24 bit recording, Maybe even better preamps but then again I prefer using external pre-amps. Which reminds me... I need to get that shit repaired already. I'm thinking of buying the Mackie .................. https://mackie.com/products/profxv3-professional-effects-mixers-usb



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Keith...

#FreeDave!







haha what a hack.

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Indeed.  Poor Dave.

Do you think Dave will come back? Or do you think his boyfriend Keef Rowlin is stonewalling him?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert with Dave Schrader
« on: Yesterday at 11:54:40 PM »
Did Dave sprain his ankle like Heather Wade?

I'd have to imagine, that's a lot of weight coming down on that ankle Grub!

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert with Dave Schrader
« on: Yesterday at 11:46:43 PM »
This guy is channeling his inner evelyn paglini, you go girl.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert with Dave Schrader
« on: Yesterday at 11:37:44 PM »
Yeah, he likes to use that word "dark",  even where it doesn't fit.



There's nothing "dark", about psychology.  ::)

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert with Dave Schrader
« on: Yesterday at 11:26:52 PM »
Well, Dave, I thought I'd give you a try tonight since the topic in the screenshot looked interesting, but I don't think I can listen through two hours of this other stuff for two hours, so...

Too bad, but i'm really not surprised.

Tidepods Dave!

Dark psychology? Okay.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: Yesterday at 10:12:36 PM »
Mad as in crazy or angry?

Anyway, I find your feigned ignorance to be most amusing.  I think the last EoDR shoe I listened to was the poorly scripted and awkward one where your "Myke Decon" persona made it's first appearance, Daniel.  It was obvious to me that Daniel & Myke were one and the same person using a voice modulator and a mixer.  The Myke portions in particular sounded like reading from a script, and the pauses between the "switch" from the Daniel persona to the Myke persona made it obvious...

Say, do you have a link to that "first" show where your Myke persona made its first appearance?  I might actually listen to it to see if it is still as enjoyable as when it originally aired.

I have my own personal Gunner now  ;D

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: Yesterday at 09:31:25 PM »
Could be.  She could at least put up a test pattern on her website.



That would be funny, but she's humorless.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Kingdom of Nye With Heather Wade
« on: Yesterday at 09:18:59 PM »
Maybe the fun is over?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Midnight In The Desert with Dave Schrader
« on: Yesterday at 09:09:23 PM »
Lol

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: Yesterday at 09:00:08 PM »
Some of your guests are quite "imaginative" aren't they, Daniel?

Aren't you being a little intellectually dishonest here?  My beliefs are to be dismissed with a handwave as "preposterous"?

I chuckle in amusement at how facile you are.

#aMasheen!

Look who's still mad lol.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Dave Darin Rocks YouTube!
« on: Yesterday at 12:23:47 PM »
It was fun to spend an hour learning about Daves world.   ;D

Haha.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: Yesterday at 12:22:23 PM »
You don't know your alter-ego Daniel/ninja shoes, Daniel?

#aMasheen!

Quite the imagination.

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So, the fact that Norry sucks is fake news planted by the government.



Money well spent?

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: Yesterday at 01:33:36 AM »



James Fetzer confirmed for 6 pm PDT Thursday

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The Michael Decon Program
« on: Yesterday at 01:31:33 AM »
This guy really lykes y'oar shoe, Daniel:

https://m.beforeitsnews.com/contributor/pages/485/530/bio.html

#aMasheen!



Last time I checked, My name was "Username", Not sure who daniel is... But I know who "Dan", is.

Dan C the Russian asset (not actually Russian), when you have a show and sometimes when that show grows slightly.. or twitches like Senda. You'll acquire some fun assets, followers both good and bad. Dan C has appeared on the show matter of fact,  He's been a great asset in spreading the word and propaganda and endless click-baiting operation.

It's hard to find good help these days, but it costed me a bit of money to get the podcast version a lot more popular than the YouTube version. It's 2019 nearly 2020 .... the internet is a massive place. If you don't advertise or have anyone spreading the word the show will be doomed. The show is monetized on multiple fronts not to mention those who pay to listen, I know right.... what a concept!?!?!


#Amazing

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: Dave Darin Rocks YouTube!
« on: October 21, 2019, 10:01:55 PM »
here we go brig

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: October 21, 2019, 09:45:48 PM »
I think I need to replace the XLR jack in my mic, but otherwise I think it's fine. I do want a new mixer because my current mixer only has two aux sends (used to create mix minus), and only one of them is post fade, which is a problem for the way I prefer to route audio.


I see... That is actually what's going on with my current microphone. The 3 ring pins in the XLR input of the mic are loose, the signal seems to drop in and out sometimes audio will only be coming through one side. Yes, a mixer that has at least 3 auxes is always preferred, it seems like we are on a similar journey. I'm debating if I should get a new mic or a new mixer first, but I think I've decided. I'll be buying a condenser microphone next.

I've been able to use 2 digital mixers and did two shows with each, my conclusion was that it was overkill. The x32 was fun and made me feel like I was about to record a live concert. That's just a waste of cash however if I'm not going to be using it to record music. I'm not sure what your personal opinion is on "MACKIE", but they have just released a new mixer... the Mackie profx v3.... The Tascam model 16 seems also like a good choice.

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Radio and Podcasts / Re: The GabCast (A podcast about BellGab)
« on: October 21, 2019, 07:55:47 PM »
Are you getting a new board or microphone mv?

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