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 on: Today at 01:22:26 pm 
Started by Steve Garris - Last post by Scott Harris
You might want to skip right past the beer spillage part when speaking to Yamaha.

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 on: Today at 01:06:25 pm 
Started by Dave Manini - Last post by Rob Spence
In general, at a live performance, not everything the audience hears is from the PA. If fact, the PA is simply reinforcing the sounds that are not sufficient.
So, recording the output of the mixer is going to be lacking anything in the performance that is loud enough as is.
The rest will be at levels varying by what needs boosting.

A fix for this is to send post fader aux sends to some aux busses, then, to a matrix, then to the recorder.
You could have a drum buss one for vocals etc.
Listen to each buss and adjust the sends to get what you need.


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 on: Today at 01:01:53 pm 
Started by Dave Manini - Last post by Stephen Swaffer
     Just want to hand out some quality Mpgs or CDs like some Mega Churches do. We have Video but the mics are on camera and limited in response.

I once made the statement to my pastor "to do what they do, you have to do what they do".  Meaning, if you want professional results you have to use professional methods/equipment to the best if your ability.

We get quality recordings in our church all of the time-but I use a matrix (or aux send) to create a recording mix.  Our piano is a 9ft grand-large for our auditorium.  If I tried to bring it up enough in the main mix to get a good recording it would way over power the room-so we keep it low in the main mix,a little more in the monitors and mix it to taste in the record send.  That is in principle what the mega churches do-they create a separate record mix. 

We do not have a separate room-admittedly it would make mixing the record feed easier-at the sacrifice of the live mix. There is a way I get around this-but explaining would confuse you.  First, you need to learn to use and undertand using the aux or matrix sends to get a separate recording mix-that would be a better use of your time and energy than building a separate room.

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 on: Today at 12:37:47 pm 
Started by Dave Manini - Last post by Dave Manini
I don't quite understand what you're trying to do? Are you trying to make a VOG or stinger recording, or are you trying to record an entire board mix to play back later that the band plays along with?

Anything you desire to mix, should be placed on a channel so it can then be mixed. If you are trying to record the whole show, simply utilize one of the matrices sends and adjust its send level to the recorder to taste. The send from the recorder or CD player should be going to a channel as I mentioned so it can be mixed.

Need a little more detail or a better explanation of what you are trying to do to really say though. If everything is going to a channel as it should be, there should be no problem mixing as need be.
    Simple replies at this point is probably best. Let's go with recording a show. I have matrix options on my mixer but haven't used them, and don't know if they are set up to send to the Recorder.
Additionally I'm not using any effects or Insert input/options.  I'm trying to supply 'visitors' with a copy of what they heard/experienced be it a play, musical, or band with vocals. We're not talking Dolby here-just a replication of what an audience would experience to the best of my/our ability. Though I have professional software that can do alot post- I'd rather capture a faithful recording on the fly the first time. We're equipped with Instrumental mics as well as some of the best SHURE series. We're using (at the moment) pre-created soundtraks developed off a Yamaha keyboard providing the background for the singers. We've had guest professional singers that loved our flexible setup requiring them to just specify what they wanted and where. Three times a year we have a up to a 30 member choir singing 45 minute cantatas for Holidays with one or two Narrators. What's a good start point? I wish we had a sound room but we're mixing in the same room so isolation is sketchy and I'm sure costly in terms of results. Just want to hand out some quality Mpgs or CDs like some Mega Churches do. We have Video but the mics are on camera and limited in response. The room is about 60' x 40' x 20ft+ ceiling. Sound bounces everywhere acoustically. 

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 on: Today at 12:13:22 pm 
Started by Malachi Dodge - Last post by Tim Weaver
I don't have any useful advice regarding code, but I did find these and use them at my Church. They have 5 outlets, are steel, and have NO SWITCH which I really like on stage.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FVQO0E/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Good luck OP.....

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 on: Today at 10:24:45 am 
Started by Brian Muth - Last post by Brian Muth
Thank you!!! Sent email last night, you’re welcome to call/text in case it didn’t reach you 740-466-5949
You sir are awesome!
-Brian

I can spare a few for a couple of weeks.  Send me an email from my webpage.

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 on: Today at 09:34:40 am 
Started by dave milton - Last post by Douglas R. Allen
I've not seen one that lets you keep the Ethercons on; I have to use couplers and short jumpers with my Byte Brothers CAT Certifier, which was about $300. This seems to be a newer version of the one I have.

Rob, could you please post a link to your Micro Tester? There are too many things with that name to be relevant. Thanks!

I have started to look for one that checks the Ethercon connectors as well but haven't had much luck for one that does it all. Yes its easy to check for continuity on the ethercon shells with a multimeter but to check everything at once would be handy.

Douglas R. Allen

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 on: Today at 09:23:11 am 
Started by Michael Storey - Last post by Rick Powell
Ficticous town...or do you know where funkytown is ?

NYC, according to “Funkytown” songwriter Steven Greenberg.

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 on: Today at 09:21:47 am 
Started by Michael Storey - Last post by Jay Marr
3800 transactions, 100% positive, it is possible but doubtful with that dealer track record.

A friend of a friend (yes I know that sounds fake, but this is true) purchased from that same seller (that same ebay add has been up for years).  Said they are authentic. 
Also said the jbl packing box had a big '599' on the side of it, which made my friends believe that the ebay seller bought a batch of them from the warehouse at a discount (maybe when they discontinued them).

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 on: Today at 08:10:18 am 
Started by Michael Storey - Last post by MikeHarris
3800 transactions, 100% positive, it is possible but doubtful with that dealer track record.

Ficticous town...or do you know where funkytown is ?

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