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Ryan Hammond replied to George Petersen's discussion PLUG-INS ARE HOT, BUT...
"On the X32, I have a virtual effects rack where I can do on the fly correction just by hitting the effects tab and scrolling over to the particular EQ, comp, or whatever :) I believe they made this same thing with the new Midas PRO series firmware…"
7 hours ago
Bill Daly replied to George Petersen's discussion PLUG-INS ARE HOT, BUT...
"Well, I am afraid it is more than a tactile feel I am addressing.  And I know that the results are not going to be repeatable.  But when it counts, I will always go for my SC 2.2's.  There is a sweetness that hardware will always…"
8 hours ago
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9 hours ago
Simon A. Billington replied to George Petersen's discussion PLUG-INS ARE HOT, BUT...
"I wonder if plugins would be as popular if their hardware counterparts, or equivalent were much closer in price point.I certainly think we would be seeing more hardware adoption, but only a small drop in plugins for two reasons.  Plugins…"
14 hours ago
Simon A. Billington replied to TableSyrupRecords's discussion Waves Hardware - Live or Studio
"I haven't invested in a DSP yet. but the way I figured it is the Waves hardware is worthy of consideration.Well. since I'm ProTools free the only real options I see is Waves or Universal Audio.  I like the idea of going Waves simply…"
14 hours ago
TableSyrupRecords replied to George Petersen's discussion ANYBODY HEARD OF THE DEWALT MOBILELOCK?
"Dude. That is rad. Thanks for sharing! "
21 hours ago
Bill Daly replied to George Petersen's discussion PLUG-INS ARE HOT, BUT...
"I could not live withouth my JOE MEEKS SC2.2 Stereo compressors.  I use one for vocals, and another on drums.  Absolutle love them.  The software versions do not compare."
Randy Gartner replied to George Petersen's discussion PLUG-INS ARE HOT, BUT...
"Since I use a number of presets for the main act I work for,I like using an outboard digital delay.Other than that,comps,gates etc are all on board."



Started by George Petersen. Last reply by Ryan Hammond 7 hours ago. 6 Replies

Are there certain pieces of must-have outboard hardware processors that are still part of your sound -- whether used alone or with plug-ins or onboard console processing?Continue

Waves Hardware - Live or Studio

Started by TableSyrupRecords. Last reply by Simon A. Billington 14 hours ago. 1 Reply

Who here is using Waves Hardware, either Studio, or Live...???Personally, I've been using the DLS (With my HD I/O 16x16 and 192) and it's been amazing. Also just got a IOS. My plan is to move away…Continue


Started by George Petersen. Last reply by TableSyrupRecords 21 hours ago. 1 Reply

is a wireless alarm you put in your truck, trailer or van full of music, sound and/or lighting gear, and if your vehicle is stolen or moved, it calls your cell phone to tell…Continue

Spoiled on Digital

Started by George Petersen. Last reply by TableSyrupRecords yesterday. 85 Replies

After mixing on digital (with all the automation and recall) can you go back to analog mixing?  Continue

Live violin solution

Started by Suman Ghosh. Last reply by Peter Richter on Saturday. 15 Replies

Hi,Can Anybody tell me what will be the best solution for a acoustic violin in live shows.It has to be a lot feedback resistent.Anyone who can suggest which mic or pickup will be the best.Thankyou.Continue


Started by George Petersen. Last reply by John Rausch Jul 22. 8 Replies

Any suggestions for a really good performing WiFi router for iPad mixing applications?Continue

Recording Live Shows?

Started by George Petersen. Last reply by Don Robbie Jul 21. 11 Replies

Wondering how most people are recording live shows. On the huge shows, there might even be a crew doing this, but on smaller shows, it's often just YOU. Is the source a digital network feed (Dante,…Continue

Low Cut on Toms

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by Brad Madix Jul 20. 5 Replies

I was wondering... how many of you put a low cut on the toms? I've experimented with the standard 12, 13, 16 tom set using a higher cut and a lower one and found that I get a much bigger sound if I…Continue


Started by George Petersen. Last reply by Ian Michael Barfoot Jul 15. 8 Replies

There are certain well-known microphones that are standard in the industry, such as SM57's, SM58's, MD-421's, M88's, C-414's, RE-20's and more — the list is nearly endless. And there's a good reason…Continue

Rechargable Batteries for Wireless Mics

Started by Anthony Galli. Last reply by Sonam Tamang Jul 13. 24 Replies

Hey I was wondering if anyone is using rechargable batteries for wireless mics?  If so what kind?  Thanks. AnthonyContinue

Blog Posts


Posted by George Petersen on July 27, 2015 at 9:06am 0 Comments

FRONT of HOUSE readers have the opportunity, through the end of August, to help choose the best FOH mixer, Monitor Mixer, Sound Company, System Tech and more for the 2015 Parnelli Awards. Other awards honor companies involved in Lighting, Staging, Set Construction, Video, Rigging, Pyro, Trucking and Freight Forwarding.

This year’s Parnelli highlights will include presenting the Audio Innovator award to QSC founder Pat Quilter, the Lifetime Achievement Award to Chris Lamb and…


Custom made in St. Louis

Posted by Steve Walker on June 16, 2015 at 10:00am 1 Comment

My very first mixer was a Tapco, but the band needed more channels. Back in '73, there were two guys building PA gear out of a small rented corner of the old, shuttered Falstaff brewery in St. Louis: John Barry and Rick Aubuchon. They built a console for me that I spec'd, 14 input by 4 output (?), for which they had to custom make all the circuit boards and chassis work. This board had a built-in mono 3-way crossover and a mil-spec amphenol multipin connector for the snake which they also…


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