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Greg Bass

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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #20 on: May 10, 2004, 07:40:43 am »

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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #21 on: May 12, 2004, 09:37:19 am »

The subs are ok. We used them in a ballroom that seated about 1500 people. Since we weren't running very high levels, the subs did fine. We were running about 110db at the speaker stack.

Amps are:

CA4 (qrx153 mid/hi)
CA6 (qrx153 low)
CA9 (qrx218 sub)

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Mike Kivett

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Re: Your equipment
« Reply #22 on: May 12, 2004, 11:47:24 am »

My personal rig is basically used for smaller corporate work (auctions, speech events, jazz groups, dance recitals, etc.), and is only used with rock/country bands about 10 times a year.  I use my 01Vs at gigs using other stacks and racks as well.

I know it's not much, but it’s about what I can afford!  

MIXERS
(2) Yamaha 01V, my swiss army knives.  I link them for bigger shows.    

AMPS
(3) QSC PLX3002
Crown PB2 amps for monitors

SPEAKERS
(4) JBL MPro 412, in cases
(4) JBL Mpro 255S dual 15” subs
(5) Peavey 1545 slants (the old ones, refinished)
Generic 2x15”w/1” HF

FOH RACKS:
DBX 1231 EQ
Behringer Ultragraph EQs
Lexicon MPX100 for tap delays
(3) Peavey Mentor FLS in series with main/monitor Eqs

MICS
(5) SM58
(3) SM57
(1) SM91
(1) Beta87
(1) Beta 56
(2) Crown CM700
(1) Audio Technica 4033
(2) EV N/D408
(3) EV N/D308
(1) AKG D112
(1) AKG D770
(4) Shure wireless systems for rentals, 2 in single road cases and a 4 sp. Rack for two units.
(4) RadioShack clip on drum mics (Sennheiser rip)
(4) Behringer DI boxes
(3) Whirlwind IMP DI boxes
(1) Press box

Whirlwind and Rapco snakes, various lengths and channels.
Dell laptop for music playback, Smaart and Driverack 480 software (for company rig)
Yorkville speaker stands, for real small gigs.
Also some crank up stands to get speakers up high for shooting over pipe and drape.

LIGHTING
Finally got rid of most of my light crap, now just a couple of trees with PAR46s and 56s.

Lotsa trunks, speaker cable, mic cables, stands, etc…

The little production company I work with uses EAW KF850s and LabSubs on Yorkville power.
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Nick Enright

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Re: Your equipment
« Reply #23 on: May 12, 2004, 02:35:02 pm »

I may have the smallest rig on the list:

Desk:
Tascam M216
Yamaha MC1202

Rack:
 Power:
    Home built filter/light supply (3A 40db RFI) (12v5w lamp)
 EQ:
    Rane 15ch microEq - Mains
    Crate 31band livesound (huh) - Mon1
    UREI 31band - Mon2
 Compression:
    Dbx 266xl
    Dbx 163x (x2)
    Berhinger Composer
 Misc:
    Dbx 563A (the silencer) High Frequency noise gate

X-over: Rane 231(ithink) stereo 2way mono 3way...

Snake: 24x2 rapco 50', 8x3 ??? 125', 16x4 ??? 125'

Mics (paintbrushes):
   2x AT small diaphram condensers (i cant remember what #)
   CAD drum kit w/ two toms and one kick
   AT med diaphram dynamic (a tom mic that works good on all
   kinds of sources
   2x shure 16am battery powered cheap condensers (that
   actually dont sound too bad)
   2x SM57
   1x SM58 w/ completely beaten grill
   some sennhieser vocal mic
   a couple AT midnight blues

Speakers:
FOH capable
 2x peavy 15's and twin horns flown above the audience
 2x yamaha S4115HII (biamped)
 2x of old SUNN horn loaded 18" lows (spl118 i think)
 2x of borrowed twin 18" front loaded subs
Monitor
 2x EV FM1202
 1x old JBL wedge (12"/2" compression horn)
Amps:
1 QSC RMX2450
1 QSC RMX1450
1 Peavy DECA724

 
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Jeff Knorr - Cobra Sound

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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #24 on: May 12, 2004, 04:48:11 pm »

A brief overview of our gear and tons of pics can be found on our website.  Cobra Sound  Once there click the "Our Sound" and "Pictures" links.

Let me know what you think... Smile

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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #25 on: June 12, 2005, 10:38:33 pm »

40 5000vz?  u forgot to add a GOOD sturdy back brace! Laughing
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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #26 on: June 12, 2005, 11:13:33 pm »

the following is on the trailer all of the time (this is just the "A" rig:

@ FOH
1 soundcraft 200b (24 channel) OR
1 allen & heath mix wiz (16 channel, doubles as monitor desk)
1 klark teknik dn360
1 aphex dominator (for visiting engineers)
1 tc electronic m200
1 digitech tsr24
1 art multiverb alpha (guitar players LOVE to see this one)
2 behringer xr4400 quad gates
2 dbx 163x
1 dbx 166 (black face)
3 dbx 166a
1 whirlwind mix-5 1 space rack mount mixer (just in case)
1 astatic trucker style talkback mic

stacks & racks
4 yorkville tx8 (have more)
4 b-one (subs)......witht the mccauleys(!)
6 qsc plx3402 (3 per rack, rack a side)
1 dbx driverack 260
1 12pair drive snake (100', for slaving amp racks)

monitor world
6 yamaha sm115iv wedges
2 jbl jrx125 (drum box & side fill)
1 peavey fh1 (on occasion, for drum sub)
2 qsc mx 1500
1 ab international 900a
2 dod stereo 1/3 octave eq (hey, it's monitor world, they WORK)
1 dod single 1/3 octave eq
1 peavey crossover (for the drum stack)

mic locker
1 shure sm91
1 shure beta 52a
1 shure sm58
4 sennheiser e604
6 behringer di100
2 custom passive di with altec transformers
a SHLOAD of shure beta 58a, shure sm57, & avlex drum mics
various other mics (just in case)

lights
signal led's on the amps Rolling Eyes

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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #27 on: June 13, 2005, 12:52:26 am »

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Lynn Oliver

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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #28 on: June 13, 2005, 01:36:04 am »

Just out of idle curiosity, are all these equipment lists from people who fit the description for this forum?  
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Re: Your equitment
« Reply #29 on: June 13, 2005, 08:11:51 am »

My hodgepodge includes:

Mixers:

Soundcraft 200B 24-chan (20 sweepable modules, 4 shelving)
Soundcraft 200 8-channel
Soundcraft Spirit Folio 10/2

Outboard:

Goldline Model 30 RTA
2 Urei 539 room eqs
2 Rane MPE28 eqs
2 Loft-Goldline 400B gate/limiters
1 Aphex 105 gates
1 KT DN301 Attenuating EQ
2 Rane FCS22 comps
1 DBX 166XL comp
1 Retrospec Squeeze Box tube comp
2 Lexicon LXP-1 verbs with v4 MRC
1 Lexicon LXP-5
1 Behringer X-over to drive subs
1 KT DN700 DDL if needed

Amps:

2 Marantz 500R
1 Crest VS1100
1 QSC 1400

Speakers:

1-pr JBL 4691B
1-pr EV Eliminator-i subs

Mics/DIs:

7 SM57's
5 SM58's
2 AKG C3000's
2 Oktava MC012
1 Shure SM81
3 Beyer TGX-5's
1 Beyer TGX-50
4 Whirlwind IMP passives
1 Retrospec JuiceBox tube DI

Best - Ed
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