Our church band is crammed into a relatively small space. We have an assortment of dynamic vocal mics, mic'ed guitar amps, an electronic drum kit with a speaker for a monitor, bass monitor, and the occasional choir mic. I was thinking it might be helpful to enable a noise gate for all of the mic inputs to help isolate things. Is this a common practice? I'm assuming that I should be able to find a threshold that lets me eliminate other sources while keeping the main one for each mic.Is this a bad idea? If not, any suggestions how how to set it up (other than just tuning the threshold by watching levels and listening)?In case it matters, we will be using a Roland M200i console.Thanks,Dan
Thanks all ...The main thing I've noticed is that the choir mics tend to pick up the drum monitor. It's not like I've identified a big issue at this point though. I just thought there might be a recommended baseline use of gates for isolation. Clearly, there isn't .The Roland does have expanders so I could play with that.Thanks,Dan
Move the drum monitor.
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