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Greg Cameron replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion 12" or 15" Woofers for Top Boxes?
"FWIW, most large format trap and line array systems are 3-way systems (not counting subs). There are exceptions of course."
4 hours ago
Bill Daly replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion Compression
"That's a shame.  I would think that someone that teaches this would teach his students to MIX first, and leave things like compression and gating for the second of third semesters. "
yesterday
John Clarke replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion Wireless Control Surfaces—The Future of Live Mixing?
"Not quite ready enough for me to stake a show on, but getting there (a few years ago I said the same thing about digital consoles). "
yesterday
John Clarke replied to Vivian Bannatyne's discussion Career Longevity
"As we get older we lose frequencies in our hearing.  You should be aware of wheye your problems are so you aren't, say, pushing highs because you don't hear them anymore.  "
yesterday
John Clarke replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion Compression
"Totally agree.  With compression and effects, not enough is better than too much. "
yesterday
Ryan Hammond replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion 12" or 15" Woofers for Top Boxes?
"Interesting! I love the 15" three-ways with the dedicated mid. I don't think you can get better than dedicated drivers since, as you eluded to, they ask the low frequency driver to perform less work and replicate their best frequencies.…"
yesterday
Greg Cameron replied to Ryan Hammond's discussion 12" or 15" Woofers for Top Boxes?
"It all depends on the box and the application. The caveat with a 2-way 15" is that cheaper boxes tend to couple it with a 1" exit compression driver for the HF. This means the the 15" has to reproduce more of the upper mids compared…"
Saturday
Ryan Hammond posted a discussion

12" or 15" Woofers for Top Boxes?

What woofer size do you prefer for taking care of the mids/highs? I've heard a lot of good 15s and some 12s. Without any tuning, the 12s seemed to be "less boxy", but the 15s were warmer and more lush. With tuning, the 15s seemed to sound better.See More
Saturday

Forum

12" or 15" Woofers for Top Boxes?

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by Greg Cameron 4 hours ago. 3 Replies

What woofer size do you prefer for taking care of the mids/highs? I've heard a lot of good 15s and some 12s. Without any tuning, the 12s seemed to be "less boxy", but the 15s were warmer and more…Continue

Compression

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by Bill Daly yesterday. 18 Replies

What do you like to compress and why?Continue

Wireless Control Surfaces—The Future of Live Mixing?

Started by Ryan Hammond. Last reply by John Clarke yesterday. 18 Replies

With all of the tablet apps these days, and the mixing platforms that support them, is wireless mixing the future?The latest product offerings from Behringer/Midas et.al, support wireless…Continue

Career Longevity

Started by Vivian Bannatyne. Last reply by John Clarke yesterday. 9 Replies

Hi David,I have recently returned to a career of live sound after a break of 20 years, at the age of 55. I just could not live without it!!I now need to make up for lost time, but am concerned about…Continue

kinky snake

Started by Mike. Last reply by Peter Richter on Saturday. 2 Replies

 Is there any way to get the kink out of a 40 channel snake that is about 125 ft long?And it is not really kinked but more coiled like the old guitar cords and telephone cords from way back.I have…Continue

Do You Like It Better Standing Up Or Sitting Down?

Started by Dan Daley. Last reply by Mike on Thursday. 32 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

Live violin solution

Started by Suman Ghosh. Last reply by Suman Ghosh on Wednesday. 4 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

Cabling for powered monitors

Started by Fred Brumbach. Last reply by Peter Richter Apr 9. 2 Replies

I just purchased 8 Meyer UM-1P monitors. I like keeping my stages clean of extraneous cable. Has anyone seen or used a multi output cable and box such that there is sufficient power for 4 monitors,…Continue

Line Array's

Started by Evan Perry. Last reply by Ryan Hammond Apr 1. 7 Replies

Being fairly new to the industry, I have not spent very much time working with line arrays. My company is now working towards bigger event, and I am getting the venues which would be conducive to…Continue

Soundcraft Expession mini stage boxes

Started by Brad Perry. Last reply by Peter Richter Mar 31. 7 Replies

 I am planning on adding a mini stagebox 32 to my Soundcraft Si Expression 3 console. I am hoping some members use this setup and can answer my questionsNow these stage boxes only offer 8 line level…Continue

Blog Posts

Finally, the DiGiCo for the rest of us...

Posted by George Petersen on April 20, 2015 at 1:20pm 1 Comment

DiGiCo unveiled its compact, under-$7K S21 console, and it definitely turned some heads at NAB and Musikmesse. Click on the article link for more details and a FOH-TV video tour I shot at the show.…

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Video Tour of Avid's New S6L with Robert Scovill

Posted by George Petersen on April 19, 2015 at 3:13am 1 Comment

While at the NAB show in Las Vegas this week, I caught up with front of house engineer (and Avid consultant) Robert Scovill and I shot this detailed video tour of Avid's just-unveiled S6L large-format sound reinforcement console, the next generation of the VENUE series. Check it out!

 
 
 

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