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Mike Karseboom

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Re: Compact DMX controller for band use
« Reply #50 on: December 27, 2016, 01:26:21 AM »

Hey Rob - if the venue has fixed front lights do you do any kind of tie in to control them?  Or is that always something that just has to be separate and out of your control?
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Callan Browne

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Re: Compact DMX controller for band use
« Reply #51 on: December 27, 2016, 04:27:09 AM »

Very nice. The midi implication from dmxis is great.
How do you like that AX 8? I'm personally torn between it or J Kemper for my guitar rig right now.
Hey Jason, I've not used the kempler, but I love my ax8. I started looking for a way to get a silent stage as I looked to move to iem and the ax8 seemed the best for me (AUD means everything is ~twice the price as USD)
I thought nothing would replace my pair of mesa tube amps for pure tone, but oh how wrong I was.
For me, there is no going back now - as long as you have a good way to monitor.

I think either will give you a good sound, but I'm quite happy in camp fractal.
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Rob Gow

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Re: Compact DMX controller for band use
« Reply #52 on: December 27, 2016, 07:22:34 AM »

Hey Rob - if the venue has fixed front lights do you do any kind of tie in to control them?  Or is that always something that just has to be separate and out of your control?

We just always use our own. That way we have control over them.
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