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 on: Today at 11:00:47 am 
Started by Peter Kowalczyk - Last post by Steve Loewenthal
Speaking as a noob to digital mixers, you might want to briefly cover some terms and equipment made possible, enhanced or just required/desired by the digital environment. Digital snake, why use my own router, Dante, show/scene, monitor mixing from a phone/tablet vs something like the Behringer P16-M. Also compatibility between brands.

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 on: Today at 10:05:43 am 
Started by Ivan Beaver - Last post by Ivan Beaver
Yeah, I presumed it was a deliberate, ironic picture about what happens if you don't go on proper training. I doubt VERY much an editor or writer just stuck it on and missed it's mistakes?  :o
I would "argue" that it take highly specialized training to hang a line array like that-ESPECIALLY with the chain motors going UP.

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 on: Today at 10:00:51 am 
Started by Nathan J Schwarzkopf - Last post by Nathan J Schwarzkopf
I have a brand new PX-8 amp.  I used it twice.  Its a damn good amp for the price and only lost because of rack space.  I have all the original packaging and the warranty started a month ago.  Looking to get 600 bucks.  If you need pics let me know but it looks the same as it left the box.

PM me if your interested.  Thx.

Nathan

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 on: Today at 08:45:41 am 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Lyle Williams
Ok, I'm going to say something that might be impractical in the real world.

It's always hard to mess about in someone else's space.

RF interference should be resolved at the source.  Maybe not this show, or the next, but the video wall supplier needs to be shown spectrum analyser images of the interference they are creating, and told to control their emissions.  That may be better grounding, or ferrites on leads, or buying a better system next time.

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 on: Today at 08:35:19 am 
Started by Robert Lunceford - Last post by Dave Guilford
So I just upgraded to itech5000 for my Srx728/725 rig. 

If Iím using the built in processing for xover, should I switch to FIR / FII filters?  Currently using what jbl recommended, which was BW and LR

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 on: Today at 06:47:00 am 
Started by Ivan Beaver - Last post by Kevin McDonough
Looks like a photoshop job.  A gag about what happens without proper training.

Yeah, I presumed it was a deliberate, ironic picture about what happens if you don't go on proper training. I doubt VERY much an editor or writer just stuck it on and missed it's mistakes?  :o

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 on: Today at 05:13:09 am 
Started by Gian Luca Cavalliini - Last post by Scott Holtzman
Henry,. 25 years ago we lit a hospital with a 75w uhf micor at the top of the elevator shaft and ran the radiax down the shaft with a dummy load at the bottom.  We then put 8 or ten rx chassis with a spectratac voter for the RX.  We also paged over the channel.  It worked very well.  Talk out was good.   I can't imagine it would work well for low power or receive applications.



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 on: Today at 03:06:44 am 
Started by Ivan Beaver - Last post by Lyle Williams
Looks like a photoshop job.  A gag about what happens without proper training.

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 on: Today at 02:48:05 am 
Started by Gordon Brinton - Last post by Allen Smith
You should write up a tutorial, or better make some Youtube videos on how to do all of that! I see people asking how to do that all of the time. I have the Luminaire setup as well, but haven't gotten around to programming it. I have zero knowledge of how to make the pedal work via midi.

I have thought about recommending a sticky thread on this website for Luminair.  It is an incredibly full featured application but the manual and Youtube videos dont begin to educate the end user.

Feel free to PM me any questions you may have or ask them on the forum and I would be happy to answer any questions I can.  I would consider it a contribution back to the community that has given me so much.

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 on: Today at 02:45:33 am 
Started by Gordon Brinton - Last post by Allen Smith
I think everyone gets caught up with MIDI on xxx.  MIDI is MIDI.  It's very easy to work with.  Musicians (gasp) have been doing it for years.

Read a quick tutorial on MIDI then the terms in your software will make sense.

I agree with you that MIDI as a concept is not rocket science although as someone who only learned it in the last year it is more complicated than you may remember.  However, the real challenge in my MIDI implementation is the terrible manuals that are currently in vogue.  Both my sending device and my receiving device have terrible manuals.  The FCB1010 would have remained a mystery had it not been for a couple forums like this one.  The Luminair manual is more of a marketing device than manual.  If I had to guess, 50% of the features are mentioned and 10% are actually explained.  It took me days of programming and reprogramming to get a positive outcome.  It is an amazing application and had it not been for my stubbornness I may have given up.

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