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Author Topic: Your way to tune EQ on live board on band or live show  (Read 2963 times)

Winston Gamble

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Re: Your way to tune EQ on live board on band or live show
« Reply #10 on: June 12, 2007, 05:55:24 pm »

It's generally a good way for me. But I mostly just mix the same two bands on the same two boards. So things stay pretty consistant from week to week and my settings aren't an inconvenience for others. I still wind up making adjustments on some channels and when I do mix on someone elses board I usually zero it out when done. If I didn't know the band and the system before hand then I would just set HPFs and wait to hear what things sound like.

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Tom Reid

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Re: Your way to tune EQ on live board on band or live show
« Reply #11 on: June 12, 2007, 07:21:37 pm »

Winston Gamble wrote on Tue, 12 June 2007 16:55

It's generally a good way for me. But I mostly just mix the same two bands on the same two boards. So things stay pretty consistant from week to week and my settings aren't an inconvenience for others. I still wind up making adjustments on some channels and when I do mix on someone elses board I usually zero it out when done. If I didn't know the band and the system before hand then I would just set HPFs and wait to hear what things sound like.

Winston


Yup, I love it.
The standard band has the mix embedded in the board.
It's always nice to dust off the board before the show instead of zeroing it out.

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