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 on: Today at 10:14:49 pm 
Started by Tim McCulloch - Last post by brian maddox
John Prine has succumbed to Covid-19 at age 73.  RIP.

Ugh.  This one hurts.  John Prine is the only reason i ever pursued songwriting.  I learned how to play guitar and sing so i could write those songs.  I learned how to operate Sound Gear so someone other than me could hear those songs.

RIP John.  You changed my life.

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 on: Today at 09:57:37 pm 
Started by Farrell Clark - Last post by brian maddox
Their routing scheme is a bit confusing.

The bus outs (matrix) are found on the OUTPUT 1-16 tab.
The USB card is found on the CARD OUTPUT tab.

The CARD OUTPUT devices are mirrors what you do on the OUTPUT 1-16 tab.

So on OUTPUT you route matrix to 1-6 for example, then on CARD tab you route 1-6 to the CARD.

I believe that's how it works.

Essentially true.  You can route things in groups of 8 to the 32 "card" outputs [USB].  So you can route your "Outputs" 1- 8 to say Card out 1-8 and the USB will mirror your outputs.  If you want something other than a mirror you can route your Ultranet outputs to the card outputs and then assign any combination of inputs or mixbusses to Ultranet.

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 on: Today at 09:56:33 pm 
Started by Tim McCulloch - Last post by Tim McCulloch
John Prine has succumbed to Covid-19 at age 73.  RIP.

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 on: Today at 07:18:16 pm 
Started by MikeHarris - Last post by John Sulek
I ran lots of carvers 1.5s back in the day.

HORRIBLE pin 1 problem.  That, of course, I didn't realize until after I stopped using them.

I would often spend hours trying to get the buzz/hum out of the system because of that.

I loved the weight though.  VERY light for those days

I remember one place I worked at, the tech guy put bypass caps on pin 1 to the carvers so the lifted pin would still ground out the rf whine.

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 on: Today at 06:33:40 pm 
Started by Thomas Le - Last post by frank kayser
Got word that the official X/M32 and X/M Air apps on the iOS app store are GONE!
I would imagine this is bad press especially for those X/M Air users that recently got their mixers and only have iOS devices on hand...
Looks like Mixing Station is the only way for iOS users? Thankfully mine is still in the "My purchases" but who know until that version starts bugging out...


April 7, I did not find them either when I looked.  Apple sometimes yanks apps that cross some conditions of use issues.  Tough on IOS devices, as one cannot? install from other sources than Apple, unless jailbroken.  Mixstation is there, as are a couple other alternatives I have not heard of until now.


frank




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 on: Today at 06:26:08 pm 
Started by frank kayser - Last post by frank kayser
Not that dark, but an example of how bad things are getting:
My wife: Hon, can you take a chicken out for dinner?
Me: Where would we go? All the restaurants are closed... ;D


Good one, Ike. Got a chuckle out of my wife when I shared.


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A joke:
An elderly lady died of COVID-19. Because it wasn't mentioned in her will, her heirs are now in a protracted legal battle over who gets her stash of toilet paper.

Not funny but true: a friend and her 5-yo daughter were killed in an automobile accident on March 6. A week later another friend was killed in a freak motorcycle accident. I can't help but think how blessed they are to not have to deal with this virus and all the repercussions. Bad for the surviving family and friends though, since they can't come together to support each other in grief.


Keep the lawyers busy writing toilet paper into wills.  Maybe wills written ON toilet paper?


Your tale of two accidents sad, indeed.  Somehow I don't think Zoom will quite cut the mustard.  I hope they find a way to grieve, and get the support they need.





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 on: Today at 06:20:34 pm 
Started by Farrell Clark - Last post by Andrew Hollis
Their routing scheme is a bit confusing.

The bus outs (matrix) are found on the OUTPUT 1-16 tab.
The USB card is found on the CARD OUTPUT tab.

The CARD OUTPUT devices are mirrors what you do on the OUTPUT 1-16 tab.

So on OUTPUT you route matrix to 1-6 for example, then on CARD tab you route 1-6 to the CARD.

I believe that's how it works.

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 on: Today at 05:43:35 pm 
Started by MikeHarris - Last post by Jason Glass

The original Fuzzbuster?  Escorts designed by Dave Valentine were all the rage when I was a kid in the 70's

I still use a Valentine 1.  Best there is.

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 on: Today at 05:29:41 pm 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Tim McCulloch
RF coordination Lunch with Pete was 2:45 and I never saw him take a bite.

How does he do it, ladies and gentlemen? ;D

Great stuff from Erskine's "All the RF You Can Eat" Cafe.

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 on: Today at 05:21:44 pm 
Started by Ivan Beaver - Last post by Ivan Beaver
I hope this doesn't go against the rules.  If so, please delete or move as necessary.

While so many people are in a "down time", this is a good time to learn a bit more about the science behind what we do.  But we will not dig real deep, more of a fundamentals approach, but hopefully soem good information for everyone.

Danley will be starting a series of "Fireside chats", starting this Thursday  (4-7-2020) about some of the basics of audio and how things behave etc.

These are a non brand specific, no model number, types of discussions about various audio topics.

Everybody is welcome to join and there is no charge.

There will be a presentation, then a Q and A session afterwards.

We hope to make this a weekly event, with a different topic each week, and different presenters


Everyone is invited to attend the Danley Sound Labs Fireside Chats.
This week Ivan Beaver will be chatting about Combfiltering in loudspeaker systems.
Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 11:00AM EDT

Danley Sound Labs - Fireside Chats
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
https://www.gotomeet.me/JoshMillward/danleysoundlabs-firesidechats

I know you have heard people talk about combfilters in loudspeaker systems before, but what is it? Come sit down with us for a bit on Thursday and Ivan will share some information with us about what combfilters are, where they come from, what causes them, why they are sub-optimal to have in loudspeaker systems, and what can be done to either get rid of them or reduce them.

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