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Tim McCulloch

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Re: Lake LM26 help
« Reply #10 on: April 05, 2018, 01:56:35 pm »

Rhetorical question:  And you can't do the necessary processing on the Pro2 (keeping in mind the sub has its own variable delay control)?

Dave

Mostly because in general and particularly for an installation, you want the system processing in a dedicated controller.

Change consoles?  System alignment and optimization are gone - disappeared like Houdini.  Band's own console?  Houdini.  New venue house guy futzing around?  Houdini.

This discussion has been hashed at least a half dozen times since B* put Linkwitz-Riley filters on the matrix outputs of the X32...

System processing belongs outside the console.  Period.
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Re: Lake LM26 help
« Reply #11 on: April 05, 2018, 08:11:44 pm »

Mostly because in general and particularly for an installation, you want the system processing in a dedicated controller.

Change consoles?  System alignment and optimization are gone - disappeared like Houdini.  Band's own console?  Houdini.  New venue house guy futzing around?  Houdini.

This discussion has been hashed at least a half dozen times since B* put Linkwitz-Riley filters on the matrix outputs of the X32...

System processing belongs outside the console.  Period.

But Tim....  It's SO convenient to be able to fiddle with my system processor setting while i'm mixing a show. 

hmmmm....  Guitar sounds a little muddy....  Maybe if i roll the crossover point up an octave or two.....
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Re: Lake LM26 help
« Reply #12 on: April 07, 2018, 12:05:40 pm »

Mostly because in general and particularly for an installation, you want the system processing in a dedicated controller.
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System processing belongs outside the console.  Period.

Wasn't looking at it from that perspective.  Thanks to all who responded.

I agree that system processing belongs outside the console.  My question resulted from the fact that the powered speakers mentioned have their own internal DSP'ing which could be kept safely out of reach of visiting engineers.  The Lake seemed redundant.

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Re: Lake LM26 help
« Reply #13 on: April 16, 2018, 12:04:22 pm »

So, it was in fact the routing set up causing the issue. Thank you to everyone for the input. Club opened this past weekend and everything worked as expected.

Indeed the venue needs to accommodate guest consoles, thus the dedicated system processor. In this situation, only the EQ and delay are being utilized in the Lake. Had it been my choice, I likely would have spec'd a processor that's a little simpler to set up and navigate, but it all ended well and everyone seems happy, so on to the next one.

Thanks again to all who offered assistance.
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