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 11 
 on: Today at 10:05:33 am 
Started by Robert Piascik - Last post by Richard Penrose
The RCF NX32a (and NX45a) have been in stores in the EU for a while.
I'm more interested to hear how the RCF NX32a will compare to the new Yamaha DZR12's when they become available!

 12 
 on: Today at 09:50:30 am 
Started by Jack Stevens - Last post by Michael Lawrence
Hi all,
        I have been looking on online to see if there was a way that UDK can be programmed to trigger the next cue/scene/snippet so that I can run a theatre show. It looks like you can't. If there is a way please get in touch. This would really help

Any suggestion would be helpful

Thank you

Jack Stevens

Jack,

You can program UDK to launch a specific cue/scene/snippet, but you can't duplicate the functionality of the "Go" button as far as I know. I can see why this would be an irritation on the smaller format consoles lacking the Go button.

 13 
 on: Today at 09:38:03 am 
Started by Timo Beckman - Last post by Mark Wilkinson
Newest version of System Engineer is available for download.
In Off Line mode you will see the arbitrary FIR functionality.

AFAIK the processor Timo used is new hardware, not a firmware update on the older models.

And if you want higher tap numbers, look elsewhere.

BTW drawing straight lines on the screen is pretty tempting, isnt it  :)

Uwe

Thanks Timo and Uwe,

Yeah, I can see the offline FIR functionality added in the latest System Engineer,
but even with the new firmware, once online, there is no FIR capability.
 
AFAICT, all that happens from installing both on existing hardware, is losing LIR capability. So I'm rolling back System Eng and firmware...

I've been hoping the processor would be updated to keep the LIR implementation with automatic delay compensation between bands,
and also allow loading FIR files that get merged into the LIR file being used for crossover duty. 
384 taps might work like this, if used just for driver correction, and put into the file on top of the linear phase crossover, .........maybe.

Tempting straight lines ??  :)   
Oh yeah! glad I finally grew out of making them such a desired goal  :-[

I've been a heavy user of the measurement-averaging capability built into FIR Designer.
Processed traces are never perfect anymore, but on and off axis traces sure do group better , huh ?


 14 
 on: Today at 06:59:51 am 
Started by Jack Stevens - Last post by Jack Stevens
Hi all,
        I have been looking on online to see if there was a way that UDK can be programmed to trigger the next cue/scene/snippet so that I can run a theatre show. It looks like you can't. If there is a way please get in touch. This would really help

Any suggestion would be helpful

Thank you

Jack Stevens

 15 
 on: Today at 06:24:14 am 
Started by John Chiara - Last post by David Winners
Where ?

One in each X32 Rack

 16 
 on: Today at 04:56:59 am 
Started by Timo Beckman - Last post by Timo Beckman

AFAIK the processor Timo used is new hardware, not a firmware update on the older models.

And if you want higher tap numbers, look elsewhere.

BTW drawing straight lines on the screen is pretty tempting, isnt it  :)

Uwe

Hi Uwe

Getting straight lines is indeed tempting ;-)
The ASC is a beta version as is the soft i got from the Linea guys.
In the end there's a remark regarding the FIR's being based on a single mic position which i only did for the screen captures sake.....

To get a better (or different result/more consistent result) i would have to use multiple measurements both onax and ofax horizontal and vertical.
If the dut would have been a real job for me it would take some more time and coffee and it would have been a very long screen cap. To have 20 or more measurements on screen (+20 squiggly lines) and hunt down the similarities on all would take "some time".

This screen cap does show the basic idea on how one could work with this kind of stuff.

 17 
 on: Today at 04:14:40 am 
Started by Martin West - Last post by Chris Grimshaw
Have a look for 2x10" subwoofers. I think the form-factor will be better for you, and they'll have more cone area than a single 12". The first one I found (Martin X210) is 20kg, but that's a passive cabinet.

Chris

 18 
 on: Today at 03:40:48 am 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Peter Morris
Pardon me for butting in, but...   

When you adjust the "gain" on ULXD from a Yamaha desk, you are actually adjusting the transmitter* gain just as if you were doing it from the ULXD receiver front panel.

*yes, the transmitter "gain" is adjusted from the receiver - some sort of slight of hand with decoding the digital transmission and only assigning a "gain" setting at that point.


The "Gain" shown in the picture (QLXD) changes - whats shown on this screen is also shown on the dLive's display.  I don't know exactly what its adjusting ... but it would not surprise me if its adjusting the TX gain :-)

https://www.facebook.com/protechm/videos/1938765042821510/

 19 
 on: Today at 03:32:30 am 
Started by brian maddox - Last post by Dave Guilford
This client does mostly video production but this one looks lits got live audience component. Need A1, 2-A2s, audio system guy, as well as some lighting folks that can light for video and handful of vidiots.

Show is in Buffalo July 6-13. If anyone knows some good people or a contact person I should be talking to, please let me know.  My client is good people and I know itíll turn out to be a pretty good gig.

Thanks

Brian

Send me a PM.  I am in Buffalo and probably meet all the requirements :)

 20 
 on: Today at 02:51:18 am 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Jonathan Goodall
  Let me know if some North Carolina dates can get worked in.

Dave


Hi
Just checked and there are unlikely to be more dates this tour but she said she will be back.

Cheers

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