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Have any of you encountered an issue where you put an iso transformer to rid a buzz and as a result you lost all your midrange? I've had it happen and few times. At which point, I use a ground lift,…Continue
Tonight for rehearsal, the lead vocalist used a standard SM58 instead of the wireless Sennheiser EW 165s, and I have to admit, through our X32, I like the sound of the SM58 better... just a warmer…Continue
I'm looking for some general guidelines in setting subwoofer crossover points. Obviously, this varies with the system/venue, but are there some general guidelines that give the most punch while…Continue
Everybody uses the familiar SM57's, SM58's, 421's, OM5's, RE-20's, D6's... etc. But have you run across any "not typically on the rider" mics that you like using? It's always fun to hear about — and…Continue
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
Just curious. How do most of you like to organize your channels when working on layers?Myself, I obviously put the ones that need the most attention on layer one. Those that can be grouped (drums,…Continue
So for the past couple years I've been attending many concerts and outdoor festivals. All of the mains and subs were different brands and all of the mixes had their own flavor. However....
One of the things that stayed consistent across every single show/festival was the sub EQ. It always seems that around 65hz always has a narrow peak up +12 or even +18db! It packs an awesome punch from the kick and makes a floor tom blur your vision, but whenever bassists play that C on the…Continue