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 on: Today at 10:44:05 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
No news since I spoke to Yamaha on tuesday. I'll be calling them again tomorrow.

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 on: Today at 09:58:05 am 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Art Nadelman
Andrien is using a GLD.

Well, in that case, Andrien, are you touching 1 fader of the gang or multiple?  I never had that problem on a GLD if I touched only one.

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 on: Today at 09:42:56 am 
Started by Jonathan Arce - Last post by Ron Ventour
I use 2 srx815p and 2 srx818sp...I plan on getting 2 more srx818sp or 1 srx828sp....I'm always using subs I should of got srx812 lol smh....also i agree with you sounds more balnced with 4 subs is because the tops are pretty powerful...

Also what volume are you running your tops and bottoms?

i usually keep the tops at 0 and the subs at +5 or tops +4 to +5 and subs at +12

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 on: Today at 09:36:39 am 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Tim Weaver
Related (maybe) is why I cannot really play any instrument well.  I have always been obsessed with how instruments make sound and when playing along I tend to use my 'ear muscles' to perform a kind of compression, allowing my own sound to mask all others.  What I am saying is that I tend to block out everything  else while I am playing.  This is also probably true while I am speaking or singing.

I am a good listener, but only when I'm not playing, singing or talking.  I operate in half-duplex.

In my mind I know how it should work, but - well, you know. Sadly, this makes it difficult (for me) to play along with others, or even with a backing track. 

I know; practice... practice... practice.  ;)

-Dennis


Hahaha, Half-duplex! I love this!

This is exactly how I feel too. I never could play with others, or for that matter, play and sing together. I can do one or the other, but not both.

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 on: Today at 09:24:37 am 
Started by Josh Weitkamp - Last post by Tim Weaver
If $3400 is in your budget I would get the full size x32 and a stagebox.


FWIW, I haven't used any presonus gear ever that wasn't broken in some way. That is consoles, outboard gear, midi stuff, everything. I appreciate what Presonus is trying to achieve, but their quality is very suspect IMO.

For the bar market you really can't beat the X32 family. In fact even in the semi-pro market you'll find a ton of acceptability of that desk.

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 on: Today at 09:06:58 am 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Nathan Riddle
????  Ganged channels hasn't yet been implanted on the SQ's.

Andrien is using a GLD.

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 on: Today at 08:51:56 am 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Dennis Wiggins
The 'loudness' of our thoughts affects how we judge external sounds

Related (maybe) is why I cannot really play any instrument well.  I have always been obsessed with how instruments make sound and when playing along I tend to use my 'ear muscles' to perform a kind of compression, allowing my own sound to mask all others.  What I am saying is that I tend to block out everything  else while I am playing.  This is also probably true while I am speaking or singing.

I am a good listener, but only when I'm not playing, singing or talking.  I operate in half-duplex.

In my mind I know how it should work, but - well, you know. Sadly, this makes it difficult (for me) to play along with others, or even with a backing track. 

I know; practice... practice... practice.  ;)

-Dennis

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 on: Today at 08:06:27 am 
Started by Ryan Trefethen - Last post by Tim McCulloch
There is a sticky post at the top of this forum to help determine when various T-Mobile markets are lighting up their 600 mHz services.  If you're not playing where these are in use you'll *probably* be fine.

If not, it's time to replace the B band gear.

Or look at it this way - it it causes problems for the artist will you get fired?

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 on: Today at 07:49:09 am 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Keith Broughton
Interesting!
Thanks for posting.

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 on: Today at 07:35:46 am 
Started by Ryan Trefethen - Last post by Ryan Trefethen
I am starting a US tour this summer with an existing system that has a couple Sennheiser G2 IEM B in the system.   

There are 4 Senn G2 As and 2 Senn G2 Bs in this rig in total as IEMS.  These B units also happen to be for the main artist.  I would love to get the Sennheiser G4 to replace it because of its power steps on the output.  Of course the tour starts on the east coast in late April and these are released in April.  Barring the typical delays new product releases have I am wondering about the opinions of the collective here in keeping the B band for a month and replacing it with the new system on the road, once its available.  Another option would be to just buy the G3 now or even rent a system for a month to be sure I have plenty of options in the more congested markets. 

Im going in circles in my head whether its worth it to wait and I have great respect for the minds and therefore contributed opinions of this forum collective.

Thanks in advance,

Ryan


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