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Author Topic: How hot is too hot?  (Read 2303 times)

Adam Greene

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Re: How hot is too hot?
« Reply #10 on: July 09, 2014, 09:35:38 am »

We actually use a "modified" FOH mix.  We use a post fade aux with the sends set to more or less duplicate the FOH mix-but if something needs to be tweaked (in our case the pastor usually wants a lot more piano in the monitor) it can be done.  Of course, the speakers are different so there is some difference.  May not be "right" but seems to work for us.

Why does he want to hear the mains?





 




I don't see anything wrong with running the main mix back into a channel to insert into an auxillary mix, but the difference is in the speakers I suppose.  A $200 Peavey wedge (not knocking Peavey) vs. a $4000 (back when it was new) Electro-Voice - tri amped installation speaker.  Even though he isn't directly in the sound field the wash sounds pretty good.




Not sure how my post ended up in the quote field. 
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Mac Kerr

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Re: How hot is too hot?
« Reply #11 on: July 09, 2014, 12:25:30 pm »

Not sure how my post ended up in the quote field.

You didn't make sure the cursor was outside of the quote before typing.

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