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I use an analogue console with 8 aux sends, 8 sub groups and L-R-Mono main outs.I often use up to 6 aux sends for monitors and 2 aux sends for effects.... so no spare aux sends.I send All input…Continue
Hi, I just want your opinions. Most sound companies and installations I've worked on use passive but I know a few guys who biamp, even monitor wedges. I personally prefer passive for many reasons …Continue
Hello All,I have taken on a once a month gig at a club with a X32 setup behind the bar. I have to mix with a tablet/ipad. I do not have an Ipad, not a mac user. I am using a windows8 tablet with the…Continue
Hey everyone,I was recently hired as An assistant system tech on a national tour. I've had a bit of local experience managing a satellite venue owned by a "mega church," worked various large shows…Continue
We are looking for an experienced head engineer and production manager for a prominent venue in New York (Manhattan). This would be a good opportunity for somebody who is ready to get off the road in…Continue
Does anyone else run delay instead of reverb for an ambient effect?For example... On a digital Yamaha desk, I typically have a Rev-X Hall for vocals, as well as the Mono Delay for my tap. But more…Continue
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Shipments of bogus Cat-5/Cat-6 data cabling continue to arrive in the US from China. No big deal? Not quite. Often sold cheaply over the internet, it's fraudulently marked as UL certified and plenum-rated for installation in air ducts. Product has arrived in both generic and faked brand-name packaging.
* It's not fire rated and emits toxic fumes when heated.
* Installed in ducts, fumes could quickly spread throughout a building.
* Its poor data integrity is a major…Continue