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Corne Stapelberg

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Delay Stack from Yamaha LS9-32
« on: December 13, 2009, 01:36:13 pm »

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How do one, time allign a delay loudspeaker stack with a Yamaha LS9-32?
I do not find any settings on the desk to delay a OMNI - OUT on the desk in order to delay the delay stacks from the main Left and Right speaker stacks.

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Rob Timmerman

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Re: Delay Stack from Yamaha LS9-32
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2009, 01:43:50 pm »

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Re: Delay Stack from Yamaha LS9-32
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2009, 01:50:48 pm »

Corne Stapelberg wrote on Sun, 13 December 2009 13:36

 Rolling Eyes
How do one, time allign a delay loudspeaker stack with a Yamaha LS9-32?
I do not find any settings on the desk to delay a OMNI - OUT on the desk in order to delay the delay stacks from the main Left and Right speaker stacks.

Regards
Corne'



The omni output patching screen has the delay on it.  Right around the middle (from top to bottom) The Blue knowbs.

It is usually not a good idea to run different zones (such as delays etc) processing from the console.  YOu will generally have to use some EQ and unless you run a seperate matrix output and use the eq on that you will not be able to eq.

A seperate processor is the best way.  You might be able to do it from the console-but it is not the best way.
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Re: Delay Stack from Yamaha LS9-32
« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2009, 02:09:02 pm »

I picked up a Yamaha D1030 on ebay for like 75$ for this use. It has 3 separate outputs with 3-band parametric EQ and delay. It is an extremely basic but functional unit.

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Re: Delay Stack from Yamaha LS9-32
« Reply #4 on: December 13, 2009, 02:54:21 pm »

Ivan Beaver wrote on Sun, 13 December 2009 10:50

Corne Stapelberg wrote on Sun, 13 December 2009 13:36

 Rolling Eyes
How do one, time allign a delay loudspeaker stack with a Yamaha LS9-32?
I do not find any settings on the desk to delay a OMNI - OUT on the desk in order to delay the delay stacks from the main Left and Right speaker stacks.

Regards
Corne'



The omni output patching screen has the delay on it.  Right around the middle (from top to bottom) The Blue knowbs.

It is usually not a good idea to run different zones (such as delays etc) processing from the console.  YOu will generally have to use some EQ and unless you run a seperate matrix output and use the eq on that you will not be able to eq.

A seperate processor is the best way.  You might be able to do it from the console-but it is not the best way.


Ivan is correct that the omni output patching screen has the delay on it.  

For one-offs, I personally don't see any problem with feeding the delays directly from a matrix on a mixer, but for an install it would be better to use an external speaker processor.
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