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Dave Neale

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Re: Compressed vocals in the monitors?
« Reply #20 on: June 29, 2011, 10:25:21 pm »

Amen. That's probably represented by 1 out of 100 artists, maybe less.

Totally less.
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Sam Zuckerman

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Re: Compressed vocals in the monitors?
« Reply #21 on: June 30, 2011, 02:21:12 am »

Well gosh, if you are having all these problems with compression in monitors then you should not be doing it.  I seriously doubt that I am the only one here who can use compressors in the monitors without problems!
I have used compression in monitors (not by choice) many times... I rarely had feedback issues (though I do know how and why it happens) but that doesn't mean it was the best thing. I much prefer to have no compression on my monitor mixes. I also believe that that there are many ways to do one thing. And if compression in the monitors is working for you and your band then keep on keepin' on.

I mostly work festivals and one-offs so I rarely even have compressors in my rack for monitors. But if I were to work with one band and they asked to be compressed then I would humor them if it's what they want.
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Chuck Simon

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Re: Compressed vocals in the monitors?
« Reply #22 on: June 30, 2011, 02:11:52 pm »

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And if compression in the monitors is working for you and your band then keep on keepin' on.


Oh, I work with a lot of different bands too, and they all don't get compression in their monitors.  But if the guy paying asks for it, we should be able to handle it.
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