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soundguy12345

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Setting up LM44s in a FOH driverack
« on: September 09, 2019, 05:37:41 pm »

Hey guys,

I'm just looking for advice on how to 'link' or 'stack' LM44s in a FOH driverack. I regularly use and spec a single LM44 for system EQ as a FOH engineer but I've recently been learning more about system design and teching and it's a path I'm working towards going down.

I know multiple LM44s are used as a matrix mixer for multiple consoles at FOH but how are you guys setting yours up?

How do they see the inputs and outputs from each unit?

For example, how would you set up 3 LM44s to run the following situation:
Inputs:
- 2 Consoles running LRSF over analogue
- 2 Consoles running LRSF over AES
- 1 Console running LR over AES
- Smaart feed over analogue

Outputs:
- LRSF analogue
- LR Delay hang analogue
- LR Record feed analogue
- 1 or 2 mono outputs on analogue

Just looking for advice on how people set themselves up and how the LM44s interact with each-other.

I'm looking to go play with some soon to get my head around it and create a preset or two but any advice or examples I can use to save time messing about working it out myself would be HUGELY appreciated.

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2019, 06:27:48 pm »

Hey guys,

I'm just looking for advice

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