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Ryan Hammond replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion Favorite Live FX
"Cool!"
3 hours ago
Jay Ohsiek replied to George Petersen's discussion Alternative Sax Mics?
"My sax go to mic is a Sennheiser 421.  Other choices would be an Audix I5 or D2 for Alto and a D4 for Tenor and Bari Sax."
17 hours ago
Jay Ohsiek replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion Favorite Live FX
"The Yamaha Rev-X Reverbs in the M7cl and LS9.  I remember having a Yamaha Rev 7 Effects Processor in the 80's and I loved the effects that I had on my Snare!!!"
17 hours ago
Timothy Padrick replied to George Petersen's discussion Kick Drum Mic Suggestions?
"Heil PR40.  No scoops, and the proximity effect seems much lower than most mics.  If you want a mellow bottom, no problem.  If you want a big bottom, you can dial it up in a way that you can only dream about with a D6 or a Beta52."
yesterday
Timothy Padrick replied to lars's discussion Suggestions for Miking Fiddles
"Late to the game, but:  The poor man's DPA is a Beta 98-sized mic or smaller, wrapped in the windscreen for a ball mic, and stuck under the tailpiece."
yesterday
Domenico Carrera replied to George Petersen's discussion Alternative Sax Mics?
"Hi, The 421's are excellent for people that stand still and even wonder slightly off axis. But you can't beat the e908B, an excellent mic that I use with a Sennhieser belt pack. I used 4 of them for a large horn section in an Elvis…"
yesterday
Brian "Skinny" Kinnaman replied to George Petersen's discussion Alternative Sax Mics?
"For clip-on, I prefer a Shure Beta 98 or Audio-Technica ATM350. The 98 tends to have a bit brighter sound in my opinion. And placement is certainly a biggie. Most of the sound comes from the entire body from the tone holes. Only on the low notes…"
yesterday
Neil T Sever replied to Dan Daley's discussion Do You Like It Better Standing Up Or Sitting Down?
"Stand at the top of the show, then sit as long as I can see the performers. I like to be just above the listeners heads to keep the mix for them."
yesterday

Forum

Favorite Live FX

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by Ryan Hammond 3 hours ago. 2 Replies

One of the great features of a digital console—aside from having all of the gates, comps... immediately accessible—is the various digital signal processing available.What are your favorite effects…Continue

Alternative Sax Mics?

Started by George Petersen. Last reply by Jay Ohsiek 17 hours ago. 15 Replies

I'm looking for some alternative sax mics for live, particularly for bari and tenor saxophones. I'll often go to RE-20s live but looking for something with a little more growl and bite. In the…Continue

Kick Drum Mic Suggestions?

Started by George Petersen. Last reply by Timothy Padrick yesterday. 75 Replies

At this past NAMM show, there were several new kick drum mics, the Telefunken M82, the Lewitt DTP 640 REX and AKG D12 VR ("vintage reissue"), so there's still plenty of interest in kick mics. But…Continue

Suggestions for Miking Fiddles

Started by lars. Last reply by Timothy Padrick yesterday. 15 Replies

So,Here is what a friend of mine has going on...3 Fiddlers that dance, while playing the fiddle while dancing, while playing the fiddle, while dancing....LoLGuess you get the picture...Looking for a…Continue

Do You Like It Better Standing Up Or Sitting Down?

Started by Dan Daley. Last reply by Neil T Sever yesterday. 18 Replies

No, I'm not being salacious or facetious. I'm polling the readership to see what their preferences are when it comes to mixing live music: do you perfer to work in a standing or sitting position, and…Continue

Mic for sax ?

Started by gary byers yesterday. 0 Replies

421 will never let you down but a AKG535 will never disappointTry a 535 and it will soon be your Swiss Army knife micGDB owen soundContinue

Turbosound

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by Greg Cameron on Friday. 10 Replies

Has anyone worked with Turbosound products (small to large format systems)? How do you like the sound?Continue

My future

Started by Brendan Lister Apr 16. 0 Replies

Hi Guys, I'm looking for some ideas for the future. I'm wanting to head overseas and work on some kind of tour. I was wondering if anyone has some ideas on who I could contact and what would be the…Continue

600 MHZ

Started by Greg Boucher. Last reply by Del Mize Apr 15. 6 Replies

I just want to touch base on the  FCC 600MHZ band issue.1.) Last I read, the industry has been meeting and the hope it to stop the whole thing.2.) A solution proposed if it is sold off is to do…Continue

In ear Mixing

Started by Brendan Lister. Last reply by john cqwell Apr 15. 18 Replies

Hi everyone, I'm really new to mixing sound, I Love mixing FOH. I'm not super great at monitors. And to make things worse the church I normally mix for is going In Ear Monitors and I'm struggling to…Continue

Blog Posts

FUN D.I.Y. WIRELESS PROJECT!

Posted by George Petersen on April 1, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Remember Dynaco and Heathkit? Lectrosonics just announced this fun DIY wireless project... And only 1,100 parts — a breeze of a quick project if you happen to have a your own surface mount assembly system laying around!…

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FOH Magazine Seeking “Showtime” Submissions

Posted by George Petersen on March 24, 2014 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Have you and your company been involved in any particularly noteworthy gigs this year? Share the news with other FRONT of HOUSE readers. Submit the details of recent events by filling out the blanks at our online submission form, and there’s a better-than-usual chance that your submission will be…

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