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 on: Yesterday at 02:47:28 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Steve Crump
This belongs in the HOW forum.

I looked over at the HOW forum and really don't see a place for this, This is really not specific to AV/sound in connection to a HOW. The discussion seems to be more generally about construction and how quickly or not, that some things are built. And in one case it is about Bob's plumbing skills and how Pex may or may not suck. I think it being a HOW being built is really not the discussion. I think it is just a comment on how quickly they framed the building in and really isn't relevant to what the building will be used for.
Then again I could be wrong.

 on: Yesterday at 02:44:27 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by TJ (Tom) Cornish
This belongs in the HOW forum.
Why?  It's a general interest thread not even sound related.  Half the posts in the LAB and Classic LAB are church situations, anyway.

 on: Yesterday at 02:23:00 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Cosmo

Some friends of mine are building a small church...

This belongs in the HOW forum.

 on: Yesterday at 01:59:45 pm 
Started by Isaac South - Last post by Isaac South
Sorry, guys.  My intent is not to ignore what you're saying.  I've even made my own word document based on this thread and I've been taking notes for later reference.  I appreciate all of your help.

The preacher is not peaking any more.  As I said in a previous post, we've turned down the wireless receiver gain, and the gain on my mixer, and we've solved that.

I was merely using that to prove the validity of my question.  Why would I want an additional gain?  That's all I was trying to do.

But never mind.  Maybe that was too novice of a question.  haha. 

Thank you all again for your help.  Your wealth of knowledge is an amazing help to me here in my small-town church.

 on: Yesterday at 01:54:17 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Rob Spence
Are you sure about that?  We live in the same area and mine does not as of this afternoon.  Shipping in a couple of weeks.

They left me a phone message yesterday morning telling me they got a shipment in just in case I could sell some.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:47:15 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Steve Crump
 In the metro areas with all the different engineering documents required, all the phases of inspections (with the occasional rejections), I just don't see many quick builds. Now in rural areas with lax building code enforcement?? The best I have ever personally seen was a bank branch, after footings, six weeks to move in..

The last bank we were wiring got held up a week just because the building official was citing the 2015 Energy Code and the state is still enforcing the 2009. So, the debate between the contractor, architect and city held the project up until everyone was satisfied.

We are not a residential contractor. We do volunteer for Habitat and I will say on a "blitz build" it goes relatively quick, but it is a small house and kind of sparse.

Do you think a TV show builds a luxury home in a week??? I really don't...

 on: Yesterday at 01:44:37 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Kemper Watson
No Pex?

I hate that crap..

 on: Yesterday at 01:43:30 pm 
Started by Dave Dermont - Last post by Dave Dermont
Consider the Ui24.  Around $1k.
It's a stagebox style remote mixer, but it has easy usb recording and playback.  Plug in a stick and go.
LOTS of other nice features.

The Ui24 seems to have the capacity to plug in a Monitor/Keyboard/Mouse directly.

The QSC TouchMix 30 Pro has the functionality I am looking for and a pile of AUX mixes, plus the provider I spoke of in my original post just bought one.

 on: Yesterday at 01:40:34 pm 
Started by Ken Cross - Last post by Nathan Riddle
Rigging/Flying = structural engineer.

Electrical = electrician.

Budget is probably too low, but I guess cheap stuff is out there.

Real dimensions & modeling required/suggested.

Did those Bose 800 series really handle the contemporary band & drums...?


I'd start with a correct to dimensions model in Ease or Direct. Plop in some CDDLive 12's or SH96 or SM100 see how it does.

Go from there?

 on: Yesterday at 01:36:57 pm 
Started by Stephen Swaffer - Last post by Mike Caldwell
With the need to be able to customize the mix per each zone using the main L R for the main room and a mix/aux for the overflow and fill room zones may be the best bet. Most likely you would want the mixes feeding the other two zones to be set post fade post all. The masters for the mains and the two zone mixes controlled with a DCA.

That all maybe what your kind of doing now.

If needed don't forget that the groups can be converted to additional mixes.

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