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 on: Today at 09:46:53 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
Debbie

This is from Apple’s support forum. There are a few solutions with links down lower

this link

Thanks Ed - but the process explained in the article and the connectors mentioned are exactly what I use and it works fine ... WITH the QU-PAC and the QU16. I just can't get it to work with the XR18.

 12 
 on: Today at 09:28:22 pm 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Marc Sibilia
Yea, I'm not wild about heights, but I really want to go in there. I've been on a tension grid rigging above a stage and I was very uncomfortable, I'm hoping this is less scary.

Mac

Take comfort in the fact that the grid has been there a really long time, and if something were to happen, you would have a pretty soft landing.

Marc

 13 
 on: Today at 09:25:27 pm 
Started by Gilbert Medina - Last post by Gilbert Medina
Probably for the best - you can't be too careful.
I feel better having brought it up and getting all the feedback from you folks, especially since the resolution was reasonable with my rep and JBL making it right.  Thank you all for your help, this was a great first experience participating in these forums, I appreciate your time!

Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk


 14 
 on: Today at 09:21:11 pm 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Mac Kerr
I grew up about 2 blocks from Bell Labs, and worked at Murray Hill when I was in high school. One of my friends had the keys to the chamber and he took me in one day.  If I recall, it is about a 60 foot cube with about 8 feet of wedges on each wall and floor and ceiling.  It was strange how hard it was to hear if someone was facing away from you.  It is definitely a cool experience, but a little odd if you are afraid of height.  You are standing on a wire rope grid, like a tennis racket, some 20 feet in the air.  The only other place I have been like that (wire grid, not anechoic) is above one of the theaters in the Guthrie in Minneapolis, where my brother works.

Marc

Yea, I'm not wild about heights, but I really want to go in there. I've been on a tension grid rigging above a stage and I was very uncomfortable, I'm hoping this is less scary.

Mac

 15 
 on: Today at 09:19:01 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Ed Hall
Debbie

This is from Apple’s support forum. There are a few solutions with links down lower

this link

 16 
 on: Today at 09:17:38 pm 
Started by Corey Scogin - Last post by John Sulek
The Paragon was notoriously fickle about almost everything.  Most of the time the bottom cover was removed as soon as it was in place so various connectors could be re-seated.

For its day it set quite a standard, though.  Analog with the Uptown automation package; comp and gate on every input, 7 band Eqs (IIRC), dual monitor buses... it was quite the trick.

Rex Ray can probably tell us the history behind half the Paragon serial numbers...

The times I got to mix on one it was awesome, so many features way ahead of the rest of the pack. Reminded me a bit of the Harrisons in that way. We had a few of the channel strip rackmount units and they were great also...and not as finicky as the console by a long shot. :)

 17 
 on: Today at 09:16:29 pm 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Marc Sibilia
The address is in New Providence, but Murray Hill is in New Providence.

Mac

I grew up about 2 blocks from Bell Labs, and worked at Murray Hill when I was in high school. One of my friends had the keys to the chamber and he took me in one day.  If I recall, it is about a 60 (really 40) foot cube with about 8 (really 4.5) feet of wedges on each wall and floor and ceiling.  It was strange how hard it was to hear if someone was facing away from you.  It is definitely a cool experience, but a little odd if you are afraid of height.  You are standing on a wire rope grid, like a tennis racket, some 20 (really 15) feet in the air.  The only other place I have been like that (wire grid, not anechoic) is above one of the theaters in the Guthrie in Minneapolis, where my brother works.

Edit: (I went and looked up some facts, and my recollections were exaggerated.  The room. )

Marc

 18 
 on: Today at 08:46:51 pm 
Started by Corey Scogin - Last post by Justice C. Bigler
The Rolling Stones FOH Engineer Dave Natale is still using a Yamaha PM-4000
Isn't that his own, personally owned console though?

 19 
 on: Today at 08:45:42 pm 
Started by Corey Scogin - Last post by Frank Czar
The Rolling Stones FOH Engineer Dave Natale is still using a Yamaha PM-4000

 20 
 on: Today at 08:37:40 pm 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Mac Kerr
Mac is that in Murray Hill or Whippany?

The address is in New Providence, but Murray Hill is in New Providence.

Mac

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