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Bob Leonard

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Re: M-one XL
« Reply #10 on: May 24, 2011, 11:24:01 pm »

No. There are only 2 output connectors. It can be separate mono returns, or a single stereo return. Controlling the verb level from the send makes separate returns unnecessary.

That's a lot of capability for the price. There are better, more flexible boxes out there, but not at that price.

Mac

Thanks... reading that part of the manual now.

Everything Mac has to say about the M1 is spot on, big bang for the buck and the duial engines give it some flexability. What you might want to do is route aux 5-6 to the input of the M1 and then route the output(s) to either a stereo channel or pair of channels. Be sure to watch your gain structure as overloading any digital device is not a happy experience. From that point you can adjust the effects level using the channel strip(s).
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Re: M-one XL
« Reply #11 on: May 25, 2011, 12:38:57 am »

Thanks... reading that part of the manual now.

 
Everything Mac has to say about the M1 is spot on, big bang for the buck and the duial engines give it some flexability. What you might want to do is route aux 5-6 to the input of the M1 and then route the output(s) to either a stereo channel or pair of channels. Be sure to watch your gain structure as overloading any digital device is not a happy experience. From that point you can adjust the effects level using the channel strip(s).


Has anyone used the dynamic processing in the m1, with any success?
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Re: M-one XL
« Reply #12 on: May 25, 2011, 10:48:06 am »

No. There are only 2 output connectors. It can be separate mono returns, or a single stereo return. Controlling the verb level from the send makes separate returns unnecessary.

That's a lot of capability for the price. There are better, more flexible boxes out there, but not at that price.

Mac

Thanks... reading that part of the manual now.

Everything Mac has to say about the M1 is spot on, big bang for the buck and the duial engines give it some flexability. What you might want to do is route aux 5-6 to the input of the M1 and then route the output(s) to either a stereo channel or pair of channels. Be sure to watch your gain structure as overloading any digital device is not a happy experience. From that point you can adjust the effects level using the channel strip(s).

+1 on watching the gain on this one. Especially if you're sharing one verb for drums and vocals its obviously a lot easier to overload the unit as you have more signal going in. Overloading this unit is a truly horrible sound.

Also agreed that this unit offers the best bang for buck in its price range. The plate works great for vox but no so much for drums IMO.

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