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 on: Today at 07:24:56 pm 
Started by Tura PAMBRUN - Last post by Mac Kerr

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 on: Today at 07:01:27 pm 
Started by Mike Henderson - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
No,NO, mine! >:(

yes, let's not forget Dave's tilters that are also excellent!

 on: Today at 06:51:37 pm 
Started by John Fruits - Last post by Eric Snodgrass
If no or little touring continues into 2021, the question will become can Clair hang on as well? I know they just went yet another round of layoffs.
It wouldn't surprise me if Clair struggles throughout this industry shutdown.  As was mentioned previously in this thread they are primarily into the music touring business, which as we know isn't a growth market for well into 2021. 
Other companies that are a bit more diverse in their clientele and events (including big dogs like ATK and Firehouse) should be able to ride out this pandemic-induced industry slowdown, as broadcast events, one-off specials, television shows and even virtual corporate events are still happening. 

A few weeks ago I talked to a friend who is a senior employee at a local AV company here in the Los Angeles area.  The company saw a slowdown in business like everyone else in the industry from March through May.  They did some downsizing.  My friend said that once summer came their business shot up as demand skyrocketed for LED walls and video gear, mostly for television and one-off events.  He said that he hasn't been this busy in years. 
So there are certain segments of the industry that seem to be doing well during this.  I'm hoping that more of the audio industry vendors can adapt to this industry change so that they come out on the other side relatively healthy and ready to put people back to work. 

 on: Today at 06:50:31 pm 
Started by Jeff M Hague - Last post by Alec Spence
As to why it was the way you found it... the compounding of errors at the Depart of Redundancy Department.  But I'm constantly amazed at how some console operators will configure things, then do not restore the desk after their use.

I lost count of the times back in old analog days when it felt like a previous op was trying to test my powers of observation in a non-zeroed desk.

Moving to digital was an absolute joy as I could have a reliably and absolutely zeroed desk in seconds every time.  As house guy I provided a very generic basic preset 32 > LR which anyone could use.  I then had my own generic festival patch as there are tweaks that work well for me, but would be non obvious for others.

 on: Today at 06:42:42 pm 
Started by Frank Koenig - Last post by Tim McCulloch
Spark gap tuners; ahhhh the good ole' days  ;D

When Farnsworth meets Marconi... it becomes another patent...

 on: Today at 06:39:54 pm 
Started by Frank DeWitt - Last post by Tim McCulloch
Wiggs, that's what I use in my RV to monitor voltage, also serves as a night light.

I have one in my house, too.

 on: Today at 06:34:44 pm 
Started by Frank Koenig - Last post by Henry Cohen
Interesting story. Keep your spectrum analyzer warm :) --Frank

Spark gap tuners; ahhhh the good ole' days  ;D

 on: Today at 06:29:41 pm 
Started by Tim Weaver - Last post by Eric Snodgrass
Amazon has a package deal with the 8-hole charger and 8 slimline AA's. I think I'll give that a test drive. 8 AA's will run my 4 iem packs for a typical Sunday-Monday. I have ULXD with the Shure batteries in that room already, so we'll be fully rechargeable on that particular stage. As far as AA's go anyway. We use a couple of 9V's in guitars, but I think I'll stick with Alkaline's for that. It's not much expense and the shelf life for an Alkaline is a benefit there.
My experience with them is similar to Brian's.  I worked with a children's theater company that ran 24 wireless packs that took AA batteries and a couple of wireless handhelds that took 9v batteries.  They purchased the Ansmann Max E Pro batteries and the 16-AA capacity chargers (with two more slots for 9v).  The batteries would last for many hours on rehearsal days - 5 to 7 hours - and I would simply recharge them overnight.  The chargers were great - really easy to use, capable of individual charging indicators for each battery, and great for keeping the batteries stored when not in use.  The batteries lasted for years. 

 on: Today at 05:39:37 pm 
Started by Stephen Swaffer - Last post by Tim Weaver
Do you have some DSP for the speakers? Even if it's just seperate outputs from a digital console.

What you'll want is some delay, and probably EQ. I don't have a huge problem with doing it that way, but to get it right you'll want to have one speaker in the middle. This will be the "zero time" point. Then use appropriate delay to line up the out fills with the middle speaker. Make sure you have as little overlapping coverage as possible. And probably (especially for spoken word) cut out the low end of the outside speakers. Maybe up to (guessing) 300-400 hz. A shallow 6db highpass would suffice set to taste. Let the middle speaker provide the grunt, and the out fills to fill in the sides.

 on: Today at 04:19:51 pm 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by Tim Hite

Yes I did Tim and was confused, I meant to reach out to you.

Phone number is on my web site. Happy to talk about whatever. The job seemed right up your alley, but yeah it was concept dev, buildout and production.

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