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Title: Wow.
Post by: Marsellus Fariss on May 21, 2011, 03:20:13 pm
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Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: Ivan Beaver on May 21, 2011, 03:40:16 pm
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I certainly hope those bottom cabinets of the line array are turned down a GOOD bit-relative to the top cabinets.

Or maybe they are offering free ear piecrcing in the front rows.
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: chuck clark on May 21, 2011, 08:10:32 pm
10/4. Hooboy. How did it sound? How many top boxes? Did you get to mix on it? Any power alley issues? What kind of amps/processor/settings?
The only problem with a rig like this is: if it doesn't sound good, it means you might possibly suck, eh?!!
What are those?
Did you have fun?
Chuck
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: Marsellus Fariss on May 23, 2011, 12:05:10 am
10/4. Hooboy. How did it sound? How many top boxes? Did you get to mix on it? Any power alley issues? What kind of amps/processor/settings?
The only problem with a rig like this is: if it doesn't sound good, it means you might possibly suck, eh?!!
What are those?
Did you have fun?
Chuck


Sent to me by a friend at the venue. I didn't hear it or mix on it but reviews of the show I heard describe out of control low end masking everything else in the mix. 
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: Jeff Bankston on May 23, 2011, 03:38:27 am
how could that have happened ??!!
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: john sanders on May 23, 2011, 09:29:54 am
Not sure if it's the quality of the photo however based on the grill designs it appears that there are 2 different brands of subs.
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: bruce gering on May 23, 2011, 10:05:53 am
Not sure if it's the quality of the photo however based on the grill designs it appears that there are 2 different brands of subs.

...and it appears that they are mixing  horn loaded box's (??? can't really tell by photo) with direct radiator subs. Don'tcha think that the 6 boxes would maybe have done the job? Da ya think?
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: Matt Errend on May 23, 2011, 10:36:09 am
Not sure if it's the quality of the photo however based on the grill designs it appears that there are 2 different brands of subs.

Those are Clair BT218's, and it's safe to assume that the house subs aren't live.

Often times Clair will just supplement smaller venues low end if it's to much of a hassle or there simply aren't the facilities to fly their own rig.
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: Marsellus Fariss on May 23, 2011, 04:25:43 pm
Those are Clair BT218's, and it's safe to assume that the house subs aren't live.

Often times Clair will just supplement smaller venues low end if it's to much of a hassle or there simply aren't the facilities to fly their own rig.


Venues subs are Meyers 650HP's as I remember. Tops are Adamson Y18's. All the subs where live. I just don't know why you'd do this. There's no motors on the hangs so you can't replace/augment them. 
Title: Re: Wow.
Post by: Bob Jennings on May 23, 2011, 06:28:53 pm
Orange Peel?


Venues subs are Meyers 650HP's as I remember. Tops are Adamson Y18's. All the subs where live. I just don't know why you'd do this. There's no motors on the hangs so you can't replace/augment them.