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Kevin Bayersdorfer

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Re: First bigger show with new mixer and subs
« Reply #10 on: September 18, 2017, 09:32:42 pm »

Great rig.

I have often felt that a single DSR112 could hang with a pair of single 18" subs (or something like an SRX 828sp).  I use a PRX618S-XLF and will always hit the limit lights on the subs far before hitting them on the DSR112's. 

That might just be how I balance the system though.  YMMV.

I bet it sounded incredible.

Yep same experience here when I pushed it the subs hit clip before the mains and still sounded balanced. Little example of my mix http://www.baystallations.com/DylanDoyle/ddbdontyouleaveme.mp3
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Re: First bigger show with new mixer and subs
« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2017, 09:34:16 pm »

What were your thoughts on the mixer upgrade?
Absolutely love everything about it, this was my 4th show using it, first multi band multi day though.
 
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Re: First bigger show with new mixer and subs
« Reply #12 on: September 18, 2017, 09:36:10 pm »

How do you have this system wired up?  Are you jumping from subs to tops or aux feeding the subs?  Thanks in advance for the info.

Aux fed off the M/C buss, the LR out and the M/C out have crossover filters on them that are quite nice.
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Re: First bigger show with new mixer and subs
« Reply #13 on: September 18, 2017, 09:43:58 pm »

 

Great report! I use those subs as well for my outdoor shows (over SRX tops), and the DSR's make for killer monitors. I frequently get those same comments from the performers, and it is a reflection on your ability to use this very nice gear. I'm guessing I would enjoy your mix - nice work.
Here is one mix http://www.baystallations.com/DylanDoyle/ddbdontyouleaveme.mp3
and another http://www.baystallations.com/GNO/bbqgnopride.mp3
This one I screwed the pooch a bit cause the guy brought his own mic and didn't get a chance to ring out his monitor, I got the feedback killed after a while though. Pat O'Shea toured with Levon Helm for 6 years, pleasure doing sound for him. http://www.baystallations.com/patoshea/bbqpostringingmeon.mp3
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