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 on: Today at 05:49:40 am 
Started by Rob Bernstein - Last post by Chris Grimshaw
Looks to me like something that used to be attached to the midbass driver.


 on: Today at 05:33:40 am 
Started by LeVan Moxley - Last post by Jason Raboin
I would consider Allen Heath SQ6 with stage boxes a step up from those mentioned above.  We have one and our techs prefer it to our TF5.

 on: Today at 05:27:54 am 
Started by Kevin Maxwell - Last post by Joe Pieternella
Now off to play. I am trying to figure out if I can get the vocal reverb sounds I am looking for in the M32 and I am going to compare it to the Yamaha Rev7 I have. If I am not happy with the M32 settings I will probably start carrying the Rev7 with me. If the reverb sounds in it are as good as I remember them to be. Or maybe I should say if they are appropriate to my taste. I consider myself to be a vocal reverb snob. BTW I love the reverb sound in the M32 for Horns for music like Chicago horn section and those types of bands. I am still trying to find the setting that I like for the Vocal reverb sound in it.

I quite like the PCM PLate emulation for long verbs and the classic Lexicon emulator for all other types of verbs.
Pay attention to the way the verb sounds at the end of the tail. Some verbs have a "hard knee" tail end.

 on: Today at 03:17:29 am 
Started by Chris Grimshaw - Last post by Chris Grimshaw
The Numark N4 I found is on its way. Right now I'm watching all the videos I can find so I can jump right in.

Cheers, all.

 on: Today at 02:55:16 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Dan Mortensen
Thanks Ed - but the process explained in the article and the connectors mentioned are exactly what I use and it works fine ... WITH the QU-PAC and the QU16. I just can't get it to work with the XR18.

IIRC there was a firmware version of the XAirs that would allow operation via iPad just fine, but things like setting Mix Buses pre- or post- fader and other stuff like that (sorry, don't have a comprehensive list) were only changeable by connecting a computer to the Ethernet port.*

I also thought that you couldn't use a camera adaptor to connect an iPad to the port, computer only, but am not certain of that. Because it works on another mixer doesn't mean it'll work on the Air, alas. iPads work fine with my XR18 through an Airport Express and a switch. Didn't we talk earlier about the Express not working so well without a switch?

FWIW I also only use static IP to connect to the Air. It seems to reliably work with the Air just as it works with the X32's. The internal wireless on the XAir has essentially no security, so don't use it except in an emergency.

*I think there was a firmware update that fixed that, but haven't changed those parameters since or kept up with firmware versions after one change. It keeps working and I haven't felt the need to go looking for problems.

 on: Today at 02:29:16 am 
Started by LeVan Moxley - Last post by Steven Eudaly
I'd be looking at DiGiCo S21.

 on: Today at 02:20:23 am 
Started by Jason Branden - Last post by Robert Lunceford
It is a wonder that they ever incorporated RJ45 connectors in pro audio. Durability is not their strong suit. Not very easy to repair or replace connections/connectors when compared to a XLR or phone plug. It is nice to be able to repair a cable in the field with basic tools and skills.
Troubleshooting a bad cable also seems to be problematic.

 on: Today at 02:14:16 am 
Started by Robert Lunceford - Last post by Robert Lunceford
According to the manual, the SQ is capable of a 16 track multitrack recording. The QU24 & 32 can record up to 18 tracks.
Looks like a step backward in this area. I wonder if more tracks can be added via a  firmware update or if 16 tracks is all there will ever be.

 on: Today at 12:55:28 am 
Started by Corey Scogin - Last post by Jason Glass
The times I got to mix on one it was awesome, so many features way ahead of the rest of the pack. Reminded me a bit of the Harrisons in that way. We had a few of the channel strip rackmount units and they were great also...and not as finicky as the console by a long shot. :)
I carried an ATI P2 as MON console on Lonestar 2004 to '05. We had to do some kind of field repair on it every day. Not exaggerating at all. Every day. But, oh, my did it sound great when it worked! When it worked. It almost cost me my job on several occasions.

'Twasn't a welcomed distraction when the lead singer was "high maintenance", to put it kindly and mildly.

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 on: Today at 12:18:54 am 
Started by LeVan Moxley - Last post by LeVan Moxley
I'm looking to upgrade the consoles at my church.  We currently run two consoles.  One is for FOH and the other for recording for our television program.  I am hoping to be able to mirror/share inputs to both consoles without using an analog snake.  I've been reading and studying about a few of the consoles in the $2-3,500 range, X32/M32, QU32, TF5, Si Series to name a few.  What would be considered the "next step up" from this group?  Are there any sub $10k other than those mentioned?  Most of what I've seen from various manufacturer's jump to $12-15k and higher from there. I'm probably missing some boards.  That's why I thought I would ask here.  We will need a minimum of 40 inputs with a preference for 24 faders on a layer minimum versus 16 on a layer.  Thanks for the input.

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