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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 02:55:23 pm 
Started by Art Nadelman - Last post by Art Nadelman
I have an Allen & Heath C1500 that I will be selling after a show on 3/3. It's been used for a handful of shows.

I also have the rack mount kit and a rack mount flight case available for it, as well.

If you're interested, e-mail me at art at intelliresources dot us.

Art Nadelman

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 02:55:17 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Scott Holtzman
I work just down the street from that place. Pass by it several times a week.


There is no Church studio in Tulsa. That building is a wreck and a squatter's hang out. Rumors abound that "someone" is going to rebuild it and do something with it. But no one seems to know who that mysterious "someone" is. It's been dilapidated and boarded up for over a decade with not one single sign of any kind of work happening on it. Plus, from the old pictures of the interior that I have seen, it was never a great studio environment to begin with. Just big parallel sandstone block walls with giant windows. No real acoustic treatment or isolation.

I have "Living on Tulsa Time" stuck in my head now, thanks.

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 02:52:17 pm 
Started by drew gandy - Last post by drew gandy
So, they've been considering doing a version of "Sing" for our next kids musical.  I decided to watch it to get up to speed on the story and songs.  It was a somewhat entertaining movie but I give it a D+ on mic technique.  There is no way the elephant sounded like that with her trunk in between her mouth and the mic.  And don't get me started on the mouse... 

btw, when the movie first started I thought they had Link (from Rhett & Link) doing the main character's voice.  Then I looked it up and realized it was the dragon slayer, McConaughey. 

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 02:50:51 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Justice C. Bigler
Also, if we were to discuss the musical sub-genre of "The Tulsa Sound" we would have to refer to The [C-word] Studio at 3rd and Trenton.
I work just down the street from that place. Pass by it several times a week.


There is no Church studio in Tulsa. That building is a wreck and a squatter's hang out. Rumors abound that "someone" is going to rebuild it and do something with it. But no one seems to know who that mysterious "someone" is. It's been dilapidated and boarded up for over a decade with not one single sign of any kind of work happening on it. Plus, from the old pictures of the interior that I have seen, it was never a great studio environment to begin with. Just big parallel sandstone block walls with giant windows. No real acoustic treatment or isolation.

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 02:50:44 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by David Allred
What Yorkville processor are you using?? 
I use TX processors for my TX3/4/8/9s rigs (the TX processors have limiters built in)
I also use e152p and e10p processors (with e152/e10 cabs) that have no limiting....

In the case of the e10p/e152p processors do not send more to the cabs than they are rated for....

EP1215 for passive use.  Am I missing something here?
Yeah, the TX series sense and adapt, I believe. 

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 02:45:36 pm 
Started by oladipomyke - Last post by Dave Dermont
Good evening everyone, please is it possible to daisy chain more than one amplifiers to have more powerful combined power(watts). For example, I have powerful set of subwoofers, and so is it possible to combine the amplifiers watts in order to power the subs? if yes, pks how...thnks.

Please go to your profile and change the 'Name' field to your real first and last name as required by the posting rules clearly displayed in the header at the top of the section.

Thank you.

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 02:42:47 pm 
Started by Dave Dermont - Last post by Dave Dermont
Oh, a really cool new gadget from klark-teknik just released is the dn9630.

It is an aes50<ó>usb gadget that will allow you to connect your computer via usb to the aes50 network and record/playback all of the 48 audio streams.

It isnít expensive either...

I see this on the K-T website, but can't find it for sale anywhere.

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 02:31:33 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by Mike Monte
Sorry.  The Yorkville processor does the band passes and corrective & protective EQ.  No limiting.

The main situation that is a threat is during DJ-ing for HS age kids.  So mostly rap and pop.  EDM has not made itself popular where I am yet.  Everything else is talking head, amateur talent (no bands) etc.

Thanks for the feedback.

What Yorkville processor are you using?? 
I use TX processors for my TX3/4/8/9s rigs (the TX processors have limiters built in)
I also use e152p and e10p processors (with e152/e10 cabs) that have no limiting....

In the case of the e10p/e152p processors do not send more to the cabs than they are rated for....
 


 99 
 on: Yesterday at 02:30:05 pm 
Started by Michael Montag - Last post by Nathan Riddle
There's not a reliably safe way to connect one twist lock to two or more wall outlets.

Doesn't have to be two wall outlets though. Depends how this 'twist lock' is wired.

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 02:23:02 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by Nathan Riddle
Sorry.  The Yorkville processor does the band passes and corrective & protective EQ.  No limiting.

The main situation that is a threat is during DJ-ing for HS age kids.  So mostly rap and pop.  EDM has not made itself popular where I am yet.  Everything else is talking head, amateur talent (no bands) etc.

Thanks for the feedback.

Ahh okay.

So if it were me. Page 53/54 of the venu360 manual detail the limiting/gain staging section. [it's fairly lacking IMO, and I've grown to hate dbx's when real processing isn't too far away in price.]

After gainstage & all processing setup is done. I'd do what Ivan taught me.

Disconnect the speakers. Calculate the 1/3 power voltage for the average impedance for the sub amp output.

Then play a ~60hz sinewave into the input. Grab a voltmeter & measure the amp output. Raise the input until the output voltage is +10v or so above whatever you need to limit to.

Turn down the limiter threshold until it brings the voltage down to the calculated voltage limit.

Play some music, season overeasy to taste (~5)

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