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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 12:06:50 pm 
Started by Adam Slater - Last post by Adam Slater
Your connectivity is still not clear, but one point to remember is the SSA324 is a single channel interface; it can select which of the two RTS channels to pass, but it can only pass one of them.

Ok I'm baffled I'm trying to up load pictures now

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 11:58:11 am 
Started by Isaac South - Last post by David Pedd
We are in Columbia, Kentucky.

Beautiful country.

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 11:54:26 am 
Started by Geir Eivind Mork - Last post by Geir Eivind Mork
Look at DBX Zone Pro and Bi Amp Nexia units. They are single space, RS232 controllable, available with different input  output combinations and fully programmable.

Thanks, those weren't models I've noticed so far. The Nexia CS series seems particularly interesting.

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 11:54:14 am 
Started by John L Nobile - Last post by John L Nobile
And who is going to recharge and deploy them?

Cost puts rechargeable lights out of consideration. I'll be deploying them. And fine tuning them. We do have an inhouse AV company. They can rent them out and adjust per client.

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 11:54:12 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Chuck Simon
I have had four of the SRX835P's for a couple of years now and I could not be happier.  They have replaced my stolen SRX 722's and they are definitely an improvement.  I have SRX 812P's that I use for smaller gigs and weddings but I bring out the big boys over PRX 718XLF's for the larger gigs.


 96 
 on: Yesterday at 11:51:53 am 
Started by Bob Kidd - Last post by Bob Kidd
Yes! if you don't mind having the same program matrial that you are sending to either of the inputs to the DR260. The advantage of doing it directly out of the M32 is you can put things into the delay feed more then the main FOH speakers. I do that all the time using the Matrix feeds from the M32 for musical theater. I don't need the apron mics for the chorus numbers in the mains as much as I put them in the delays.

Very true and reason I go direct from board. Main reason for wanting configuration is for guest BEs that insist on bringing own board. Guess I could provide delay time or feet and let them route from their board. Trying to make it as seem less as possible during these situations. Thanks

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 11:45:35 am 
Started by Bob Kidd - Last post by Kevin Maxwell
Hi all,

I recently setup a delay speaker about 50ft in front of main FOH system and currently delay it directly from M32. However, I would like to patch it through my driverack 260 and delay from there. Is it possible to configure 260 output 5/6 to do this? Using 1/2 for main highs and 3/4 for main lows. Thanks!

Yes! if you don't mind having the same program matrial that you are sending to either of the inputs to the DR260. The advantage of doing it directly out of the M32 is you can put things into the delay feed more then the main FOH speakers. I do that all the time using the Matrix feeds from the M32 for musical theater. I don't need the apron mics for the chorus numbers in the mains as much as I put them in the delays. 

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 11:39:28 am 
Started by Isaac South - Last post by Isaac South
I'm from KY (Cynthiana, north of Lexington) and just wondering what town you're in.

The install company is 2 hours away?  Where are they from?

We are in Columbia, Kentucky.

 99 
 on: Yesterday at 11:37:45 am 
Started by Isaac South - Last post by David Pedd
I'm from KY (Cynthiana, north of Lexington) and just wondering what town you're in.

The install company is 2 hours away?  Where are they from?


 100 
 on: Yesterday at 11:37:11 am 
Started by Chris Eddison - Last post by Kevin Maxwell
I use two programs. Palladium (www.chsounddesign.com) and Sound Cue Systems. Iíve been using this setup for nearly 10 years. Palladium drives the whole setup. It triggers mutes and adjusts channel volumes (amongst many other options too numerous to mention) on the console through midi commands and can send triggers for audio or video cues in Sound cue systems.

The nice thing about this setup is it can move to different midi controlled consoles relativity easily.

The only console (that I know of) that doesnít have full midi implementation is Digico. Not sure why!

Cheers Al T

I too use Palladium. Have you sent CH Sound Design your Mixer file for the Roland M5000? I see your name on the Roland VM7200 mixer file. I did some work on the Roland M400 mixer file and I did the initial Midi mixer file for the X32/M32 mixers. There has been OSC capabilities in Palladium since some time in version 4, so now a lot more things can be controlled on the X32/M32 mixers then before because of the limited Midi implementation on them.

The Avid mixers donít have Midi capabilities that are even worth talking about. The A&H dLive Midi implementation is missing the channel EQs, but the QU series has it. It looks like the Digico has OSC fully enabled. I would love to get my hands on one of them and write an OSC mixer file for them.

Are you using the latest version? A new one (5.1c) was just released today. I really like the changes that have been made starting in version 5. It just keeps getting better and better.

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