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 91 
 on: December 14, 2018, 08:46:59 pm 
Started by Tim Weaver - Last post by Lee Douglas
You might also give RDL https://www.rdlnet.com/ a call.  I seem to remember them having a custom build section that could do something like that.

 92 
 on: December 14, 2018, 08:45:26 pm 
Started by danielball999 - Last post by Caleb Dueck
Hi everyone,

I am curious to know if anyone has/is using other manufacturer amplifiers with d&b loudspeaker systems? Would like to get their/your feedback in regards to performance, DSP settings, and any other information with regards to such an application.

Cheers,

Dan.

d&b speakers without the proper amps is not a d&b system.  It's drivers in a box, possibly with a cool waveguide, but that's it.  Just bite the bullet and buy the right amps.

 93 
 on: December 14, 2018, 08:35:05 pm 
Started by Kent Clasen - Last post by Michael Lapke
We did an event recently and had the DL32 stop passing audio 5 mins before an event! My guys figured out that AES50 port A quit working and connected the STP to port B and DL32 showed up and worked fine.

Brought it back to shop and tested multiple cables (all shielded CAT) but couldnít get any to work on port A. Left it connected and the next day DL32 shows up as connected on port A and has been left on for about a week and still shows connected on console.

I donít have much faith in using it on a event though. We had an X32 we sold to a church lose port A about a year ago, but it quit working completely.

Several calls and have emailed Music care, but no response.

Any one else had this happen or thoughts what is happening??

Hi Kent,

Douglas makes a good point, is there any chance that was playing a factor?

As for not getting a timely response from CARE, how did you try to contact us? CARE can be reached by phone at 702-800-8290 (US) or +44 1562 732290 (UK) or by sending us an email to CARECREA@musictribe.com. Our technical CARE specialists will be glad to assist you with troubleshooting. If they believe you are experiencing a hardware issue then they can also communicate with you on the best way to remedy the situation.

Of course if you're still having difficulties reaching them then please feel free to send me a private message here with your direct contact information and I'll politely ask them to reach out to you.

Hope this helps.

Michael Lapke
Specialist, Community
MUSIC Tribe
BEHRINGER

 94 
 on: December 14, 2018, 08:13:39 pm 
Started by LeVan Moxley - Last post by Mike Caldwell
this^^

I tell the story often of mixing the National Christmas Tree Lighting in DC with a variety of talent singing accompanied by the Army Band.  A [still teen-aged] Leann Rhimes walked up to the single Mic [it might have been an SM58, although i think it was probably an SM85] downstage and launched into a song for soundcheck.  I'll never forget that feeling of raising the fader, reaching for the EQ as one does to "fix" someone's voice, and realizing there was literally nothing to fix.  The girl could just flat out SING and i just needed to stay out of the way.  HPF and bring the fader up.  Done!

Real Actual Talent makes us idiot sound guys look REALLY good!  :)


While not always a Leann Rhimes type of moment we have all had
the multi band festival days and just about the time you begin to wonder what's wrong a polished pro act gets on stage and all you do is push up the faders and make it look easy.

 95 
 on: December 14, 2018, 07:23:21 pm 
Started by Steve Garris - Last post by Steve Garris
Hi Steve, DMXIS is a solid choice but can be somewhat limited from a programming and general horsepower perspective.  The limitations of the program can also be seen as advantages to some users, however.  One of the things that DMXIS does better than most programs is sync with MIDI or third party software, so that might be a good solution for you. 


Thanks Jeff. While looking I stumbled across DMXIS and liked how it looked regarding the interface. Also liked how well it is integrated with Showbuddy. This will be my first midi operation, and I need something easy to use. Can you elaborate on its limits, or lack of horsepower?

 96 
 on: December 14, 2018, 07:21:12 pm 
Started by LeVan Moxley - Last post by brian maddox
Commonplace, absolutely not. There have been instances where I swear I had CD quality vocal sound from even basic systems, but it was only with certain singers. It truly comes down to the singer's voice and their ability to control the mic. You can get pretty far using tools, but the symbiotic relationship between the singer and the mic are truly where it starts. If it is right at the source, it should be pretty hard to mess it up later.

this^^

I tell the story often of mixing the National Christmas Tree Lighting in DC with a variety of talent singing accompanied by the Army Band.  A [still teen-aged] Leann Rhimes walked up to the single Mic [it might have been an SM58, although i think it was probably an SM85] downstage and launched into a song for soundcheck.  I'll never forget that feeling of raising the fader, reaching for the EQ as one does to "fix" someone's voice, and realizing there was literally nothing to fix.  The girl could just flat out SING and i just needed to stay out of the way.  HPF and bring the fader up.  Done!

Real Actual Talent makes us idiot sound guys look REALLY good!  :)

 97 
 on: December 14, 2018, 07:21:06 pm 
Started by Bob Charest - Last post by Bob Charest
Another great one gone at 81.


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 98 
 on: December 14, 2018, 07:20:50 pm 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
Iíd carry an adapter or two for the most common scenarios.  You can always convert it on-site if needed.  If you have the luxury of pre-event site visits then just make a note and come prepared.
What do you use for the adapters...?  Barrel type or short cords?

 99 
 on: December 14, 2018, 07:01:08 pm 
Started by Jack Arnott - Last post by scottstephens
Hey All,

Ok, I'm old at 51. But I was taught in grade school and AT HOME how to do math and count change. I've been to a lot of places where the machines don't work and you can't use a card. That really bones a few of my friends who never carry cash. I always tell them:  "hey you are in the sound industry, you should know shit happens!"

But with that being said, a couple of weeks ago I was accused of a "micro aggression". I asked, "what did I do piss off a drawf? What the hell is that? I was then told that I was offensive and blah, blah, blah... I told the young lady: If that is what you find offensive, good luck with life, honey because your employer isn't going to care if you are offended.

She stopped. looked at me and said: "really? they don't care?"  The young woman didn't have a clue. I'm not sure what they teach in college these days, or homes, but it isn't common sense.

Scott

 100 
 on: December 14, 2018, 06:56:59 pm 
Started by Allen Smith - Last post by Steve Loewenthal
I'm real happy with my Radial ProAV1.
My 2 main uses are my acoustic guitar (active) and connecting a laptop to the mixer.
I also have about 6 Rapco boxes that I acquired cheap about 15 years ago and have never had any issues with them. I usually use one of them to connect the electronic drums to the mixer.

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