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Old 07.17.07, 8:57 AM
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Humidity and amps

So we record in a basement and this summer has been pretty humid around our way. For some reason all of our amps have been buzzing. We've used about 5 different amps and everyone has the same problem. The last time we recorded the air was very heavy with humidity. Would that cause the buzzing? Anyone have any ideas. We have replaced all the mics cables and recording devices this was our last thought.
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Old 07.17.07, 7:16 PM
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The power setup down there might not be up to spec. You'd have better luck posting this in the amps forum.
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