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Sam Zuckerman

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Re: Not enough rig for the gig??
« Reply #20 on: July 17, 2011, 10:12:38 pm »

Thanks again guys.  The only issue we are running into now is the Riders say that analog consoles with proper outboard is acceptable, now one of  the TM's are trying to refuse anything less than an M7CL. Production budget prevents that from happening.  I am plenty comfortable on a digital console (M7 is one of my favorite consoles to mix on)  but I am more comfortable mixing on my console.  Sorry, just venting somewhat.
TMs don't know jack. (at least the one's I've met)

We had a small acoustic act come through, just a singer/songwriter and the TM was obsessed with making sure we had a DI because "it's a pretty unusual piece of equipment." I was in the room when my boss was talking to the TM on the phone and it took all of his self control to not laugh in the TM's face when the he said that.
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Tim Padrick

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Re: Not enough rig for the gig??
« Reply #21 on: July 17, 2011, 11:27:44 pm »

Depends on the room.  If the seating area is wide and shallow, 2x722 per side should do well.  If the seating area is narrow and deep, you need something with more pattern control (though you could try stacking them).
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