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 on: Today at 12:31:40 pm 
Started by David Buckley - Last post by Dave Garoutte
I wonder if any of the sports-centered companies have something? I looked at Coachcom, and all of their stuff is pretty standard intercom-style stuff. What do quarterbacks wear in their helmets? Does anyone know?
A wireless speech system is not going to have good frequency response.
Get one of those mini Lectrosonic things and clip it onto the headband.

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 on: Today at 12:29:15 pm 
Started by Steve Payne - Last post by Dave Garoutte
I'd advise against artificially cooling the air, as that will increase the humidity, and could potentially result in condensation.  Most gear is rated to function up to at least 105 degrees, so if you stay below that you should be fine.
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AC removes humidity, it drains the extracted water.
There are portable AC units with hoses.
An IT friend of mine cools his server rack with one and has never had a problem.
Aim one so the wash ends up on you and you'll be a happy camper.

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 on: Today at 12:25:06 pm 
Started by David Buckley - Last post by Glen Kelley


I'm aware of the all-in-ear things that film sound guys use and they all have very limited frequency response, and are eye-wateringly expensive, but I guess they are are in a very niche market, and it is a remarkable bit of miniaturization.  And I don't need invisibility, which is where these things really score.



I wonder if any of the sports-centered companies have something? I looked at Coachcom, and all of their stuff is pretty standard intercom-style stuff. What do quarterbacks wear in their helmets? Does anyone know?

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 on: Today at 12:17:55 pm 
Started by Jeff Bankston - Last post by Stu McDoniel
To be fair, those "cable elevators" are probably the first product they've ever sold that actually does what it says on the can; it keeps the cables out of the beer.
Perfect for snakes in clubs

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 on: Today at 12:13:57 pm 
Started by Jamin Lynch - Last post by Stu McDoniel
I'd fill it with water and add some fish. I'd probably let the drummer out first though.


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Keith Moon would have done this.

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 on: Today at 12:10:12 pm 
Started by Jamin Lynch - Last post by Jamin Lynch
That moment when you notice the crane operator didn't get the truss level.

They rented a few lighting fixtures from me. I came back later that night to check out the show. When I walked out to FOH I realized it wasn't level.

Oh well, with the amount of beer drinking going on it probably looked fine to the crowd.

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 on: Today at 12:01:50 pm 
Started by Sam Costa - Last post by Gordon Brinton
Nothing to do with the mixer.

A muted amplifier acts as a dead short across the terminals, which means the cones will experience a lot of damping when external pressure acts on them. It's to stop nearby cabinets "absorbing" some of the output from the active cabinet.

Chris
So, If I am reading you correctly, a nearby speaker plugged into a dead amp is better than a nearby speaker that is plugged into nothing. (?)

I am not sure that I am getting it, but ok.

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 on: Today at 11:58:56 am 
Started by Jamin Lynch - Last post by Jamin Lynch
A booth looks so ou of place.  Are you trying to isolate the drummers for recording purposes, or are they all playing too danged loud?

Google this...

low volume drum kit

<or>

how to play drums at low volume

<or>

how to control drum kit volume

-Dennis

If you beat the crap out of your drums, you might get sent to the penalty booth.

The way this church is laid out, everything comes right off the stage into the crowd. Even when they try to play softer. But it's a high energy church. Difficult to hold back

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 on: Today at 11:53:43 am 
Started by Steve Payne - Last post by Milt Hathaway
As mentioned, shade and moving air are the best bets. The good part is that the hardware doesn't care about the Heat Index, only the actual air temperature. The only thing I've considered trying would be one of those apartment floor-standing air conditioners, but I've been too lazy so far.

I don't know what gear you are running, but my Yamaha and Shure gear have held up just fine for me on my nightmare July 4th gigs in bottom of a big stone amphitheater in West Texas. The last two years have been the worst: Peaks of 118 degrees ambient last year, and about 110 degrees ambient this year. CL1, multiple Rios, ULXDQ, etc. never missed a beat. The heat's been much worse on me than the gear.

I've attached a photo from this past July just for 'fun'. I'm set up under a good canopy, and I've got 'space blankets' or equivalent shielding items from sun that comes in as the day progresses. Somehow we've survived.

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 on: Today at 11:49:55 am 
Started by Pete Erskine - Last post by Pete Erskine
Personally I only use cables that are Al Dente.


https://www.thecablecooker.com/  Only $1750.00  Call now and get 2 for the same price.  Only pay separate $1750.00 handling fee.

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