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Merle Sensenig

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Splitting Bass Guitar and Kick into Separate Sub's
« on: September 19, 2014, 09:47:45 am »

First post here, hope it's ok.

I recently moved from a single passive sub to a pair of powered sub's for the band I'm in. I have been running them panned with just kick, bass, and floor tom in mono. I'm thinking of trying aux subs, and since I have two aux's available (and 2 subs), was wanting to try bass guitar in one, kick and tom in the other. The drummer is alway's wanting more of the low end kick, and while I can balance it all from the mixer, was thinking having a dedicated sub for him would make it easier to crank that up w/o bass (and possibly floor tom) in the same driver.

So my question is, would this work out well? I try to keep the subs together in center where possible, but anyone know of any cancelation issues with this setup? Pro's/Con's?
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Re: Splitting Bass Guitar and Kick into Separate Sub's
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2014, 11:43:50 am »

First post here, hope it's ok.




It is not OK. 

You did not use your full real name-as required by forum rules-so nobody will respond until you do so.
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Re: Splitting Bass Guitar and Kick into Separate Sub's
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2014, 12:26:02 pm »

First post here, hope it's ok.

I recently moved from a single passive sub to a pair of powered sub's for the band I'm in. I have been running them panned with just kick, bass, and floor tom in mono. I'm thinking of trying aux subs, and since I have two aux's available (and 2 subs), was wanting to try bass guitar in one, kick and tom in the other. The drummer is alway's wanting more of the low end kick, and while I can balance it all from the mixer, was thinking having a dedicated sub for him would make it easier to crank that up w/o bass (and possibly floor tom) in the same driver.

So my question is, would this work out well? I try to keep the subs together in center where possible, but anyone know of any cancelation issues with this setup? Pro's/Con's?

Out of curiosity how does on complete the registration process and post a new message without noticing the rules.  It's right on the top of the page as I type this:

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Re: Splitting Bass Guitar and Kick into Separate Sub's
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2014, 12:26:02 pm »


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