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Peter Richter commented on Wes Everett's blog post Voice Recording.
"Sit up straight and speak from deep in your lungs - pretend you're imitating Elvis to get the idea. Cut as much low freq as you can without loosing too much body. (variable HP filter is better for this than bass knob. use a good multiband comp…"
1 hour ago
Peter Richter replied to Joshua Coughey's discussion Touring without production- What to bring?
"XLR ground lift adapters - and/or isolation transformers BGM on phone or other device spare cash tucked away somewhere. makings of tea / coffee compact LED lamp for desk. USB stick "
1 hour ago
George Petersen replied to Joshua Coughey's discussion Touring without production- What to bring?
"I'd at least carry vocal mics for both performance and sanitary reasons — who knows where some of those club 58's have been? A decent direct box wouldn't hurt, either. A Rat Sniffer is also a must, not only for "checking…"
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Wes Everett posted a blog post

Voice Recording.

I am starting to record a series of webinars for a client. Does anyone have any tips to help me get a strong voice sound? I am using Tracktion 5 due to the simplicity, but have Pro Tools 10 available. I use an AKG 420 into a Presonus channel strip, into my Presonus interface. Thanks for any ideas.
11 hours ago
Joshua Coughey posted a discussion

Touring without production- What to bring?

For those of us who tour with bands/artists that only carry backline... What do you bring? I've seen so many "what's in your Pelican" discussions, but most of those are guys that are traveling with full production, and often internationally. I don't think I really need a multimeter, since I don't carry any cables*.In my case, we do weekend runs, 3 shows at most before we come back home. The band brings backline and it all fits in the bays. No room to bring a console even if I had one. All…See More
12 hours ago
Ryan Hammond commented on George Petersen's blog post HEARD ANY GOOD SHOWS LATELY?
"I was at a Kari Jobe concert and the mix was very nicely balanced, full, sweet, and smooth. The console used was an Avid SC-48 hooked into the house system (large church) which consisted of concealed subwoofers, 12 downfills, and 12 15" mains…"
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George Petersen posted a blog post

HEARD ANY GOOD SHOWS LATELY?

Just wondering what shows from this year stood out to you as being a cut above the rest. And was is the band, the mix, the system, the venue or some combination of those? See More
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Touring without production- What to bring?

Started by Joshua Coughey. Last reply by Peter Richter 1 hour ago. 2 Replies

For those of us who tour with bands/artists that only carry backline... What do you bring? I've seen so many "what's in your Pelican" discussions, but most of those are guys that are traveling with…Continue

Tags: touring

POWERED VS NON-POWERED?

Started by George Petersen. Last reply by Greg Cameron on Tuesday. 7 Replies

Do you have a particular preference in speakers or does it change depending on the application or situation? Or do you go between the two, say liking unpowered mains in a hanging installation,…Continue

M32 Delayed.......AGAIN!

Started by RedRocket on Tuesday. 0 Replies

My Midas M32 order that I placed back in February is now delayed again, till NOVEMBER 2014!  I know this desk is popular, but this is kinda of disappointing.Continue

Tags: midas, m32

EQ or Compressor first?

Started by Jeff Scott. Last reply by AshayinFLA on Tuesday. 10 Replies

Hi folks. Situation: Pastor with a Lav mic. Very dynamic speaker. Looking to control his levels a bit. Currently, I have a 15 band graph on his Channel insert and am using it to shape the tone of the…Continue

First issues with Behr X32

Started by Jason Bertok. Last reply by J D Farrow on Tuesday. 13 Replies

Currently I have 4 problems with our X32, which we have had for 15 mos. The small ones are; an LED has burned out on a channel meter, a mute group button sticks so it basically is useless, and the…Continue

MIDAS M32

Started by Steven Sanjaya. Last reply by Chip Vaughan on Sunday. 5 Replies

Hi fellow sound guys! Greetings from Singapore!Has anyone gotten a first-hand experience on Midas M32? Heard it is a hot stuff now. Mind sharing if you have, like the pros and cons that you see?…Continue

Tags: M32., Midas

ANOTHER (VENUE) BITES THE DUST...

Started by George Petersen Aug 15. 0 Replies

House of Blues…Continue

Do You Like It Better Standing Up Or Sitting Down?

Started by Dan Daley. Last reply by Steven Sanjaya Aug 14. 21 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

Class H amps Bias ?

Started by wayne Tait. Last reply by wayne Tait Aug 12. 13 Replies

Does anyone have set up knowledge about class H amplifiers ?I have been running a venue for about 2 and half years in China, in the last few months I have been losing clarity and SPL, I have noted…Continue

X32 Live—Without Heavy Processing

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by Greg Boucher Aug 9. 10 Replies

Ever since I had some bad experiences with prior digital mixers, I got used to using a lot of processing to color the sound and add warmth and fatness—that was—until I tried the X32 with just simple…Continue

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Voice Recording.

Posted by Wes Everett on August 21, 2014 at 5:06pm 1 Comment

I am starting to record a series of webinars for a client. Does anyone have any tips to help me get a strong voice sound? I am using Tracktion 5 due to the simplicity, but have Pro Tools 10 available. I use an AKG 420 into a Presonus channel strip, into my Presonus interface. Thanks for any ideas.

HEARD ANY GOOD SHOWS LATELY?

Posted by George Petersen on August 20, 2014 at 9:49pm 1 Comment

Just wondering what shows from this year stood out to you as being a cut above the rest. And was is the band, the mix, the system, the venue or some combination of those? 

 
 
 

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