Quote: “Why you do reply like this? with just a link and not a single word.”
With respect, you only have to read the link to appreciate that all necessary words have already been written, and at very considerable length. Your solution, fully provided.
No reasonable person would expect every individual instance of an issue, to be specifically addressed to a singular individual, completely written, all over again and again and again and again and again and again.
Enjoy the link, it’s provided there to help you.
Quote: “Nobody taught you any manners? you are the face of a company, please show some respect/empathy to your customers!”
This is a trusted technical forum providing information and education.
It’s not the public relations department of a large company, a debating chamber for screwball audiophile, theoretical hypothesis, or even a good hang for recording enthusiasts.
Clearly, you have never had the pleasure to meet Mr. Carstens, who is an extremely amiable and incredibly helpful person, providing instant solutions to multitudinous problems every day, despite being incredibly busy personally.
I note the poster hails from the Netherlands where ironically it is a cherished national characteristic to appreciate getting directly to the point as fast as humanly possible.
I used to have to fly into Schiphol, spend the night in a five-star hotel, then travel to Hilversum where the TV Network Studios are located, to play the guitar and appear on Dutch T.V. Shows, years ago.
Following a meeting with Dutch producer Freddie Hayaan, a close friend and colleague of mine, worked with him in the Netherlands. A great session player, he was asked to play at the Dutch version of the English Royal Variety Show.
Following a highly successful show, and being friends with so many top musicians he had a bit too much to drink and eventually could hardly stand up. Then, he learnt he had to meet the Princess and what followed, was truly like something out of the Mr. Bean comedy where he meets Royalty.
Later he became the Head of Artist Recruitment and Development at EMI Netherlands (Bovema). He discovered the Dutch version of Cliff Richard, and put together an ace group of Dutch session musicians to make hit recordings with. The rhythm section featured Pierre van der Linden, Bert Ruiter and Jan Akkerman,
The three of them later added an organist and became the group Focus, who had a huge world-wide hit with “Sylvia”.
Studios then were hit making factories, time was money, providing what was needed as quickly as possible, the mark of professionalism.
I wish every problem in the recording world, let alone life's greater problems, could be solved with such a simple link!
Thankfully, I trust the issue you have been grappling with, indeed can be.
And wish you every success with your recordings.