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  1. The overheads are also picking up the toms so...

    The overheads are also picking up the toms so there is already some delay compared to the close mic on the toms.
    Why add more?
    This one doesn't make sense, to me anyway.
  2. For $750, I'll make it work.:p Also the fact...

    For $750, I'll make it work.:p
    Also the fact that the Producer is rack mountable could come in handy.
  3. Why would you be delaying the drum OH mics?

    Why would you be delaying the drum OH mics?
  4. I'm downsizing from a full size X32 and...

    I'm downsizing from a full size X32 and considering the Producer is about $750 (MSRP) LESS than a compact, I can live without the scribble strips.
    Tape and Sharpie works for me
    Does the Producer...
  5. I generally delay the mains to the snare...

    I generally delay the mains to the snare providing it's not too far to introduce obvious lip synch issues.
    That being said, the lip synch issue is distance from stage dependant.
    The brain tends to...
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    I can't comment on the first question as I don't...

    I can't comment on the first question as I don't have the amp in front of me.
    As for the EAW setting, considering the limiters are fast acting peak type, I suggest setting to the peak rating of the...
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    This guy is a major player in this field. Here...

    This guy is a major player in this field.
    Here is a link to an article...

    http://http://audioundone.com/do-it-yourself-bass-traps
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    I have not built panels of this type but there is...

    I have not built panels of this type but there is plenty of on line DIY help.
    It looks like you are dealing with one frequency and it's harmonics so it should be fairly straight forward.
    Of...
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    Rockwool 221 or any regular absorbing material...

    Rockwool 221 or any regular absorbing material will not have any effect on the low frequencies.
    Think of it this way, you can hear thunder, even quiet thunder, through most walls even if they are...
  10. You make a strong point Per. To the coders,...

    You make a strong point Per.
    To the coders, these "trivial" errors do not seem to require immediate resolution but to us users, it can be a real problem.
    We need to lobby the appropriate person(s)...
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    I have to agree with Mario. Small room, big...

    I have to agree with Mario. Small room, big problems! Room correction is not going to be dealt with by EQ alone.
    At the freqs you mentioned, tuned traps are the only way to really change the room...
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    You make a good point. Some compression might be...

    You make a good point.
    Some compression might be effective or just turn down the outputs a little.
    If you are clipping the outputs of a mixer that can deliver +18 db of signal...SOMETHING is not...
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    If you have to compress your mains to stop the...

    If you have to compress your mains to stop the board clipping before you get a decent level in the room then the downstream DSP is not set correctly!!
    The idea of using system limiters to control...
  14. I would be less concerned with 48 vs 96 and...

    I would be less concerned with 48 vs 96 and concentrate more on the components that make a REAL difference.
    Speakers!...oh, and the person mixing.
    This whole 48/96 think is overrated in the kind of...
  15. The other solution is to have 6-10 db resistive...

    The other solution is to have 6-10 db resistive pads on the returns.
    Cheap and easy to make.
    The "tape returns" of the Mackie are designed to take this kinfd of level while the inserts of the X32...
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    Would the potential for ground loops, when using...

    Would the potential for ground loops, when using STP, only be applicable if the equipment (X32 and S16) has the "dreaded pin 1 problem"?
    It would be interesting to test to see if one end of the...
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    Thanks for the update Dan. I didn't even put...

    Thanks for the update Dan. I didn't even put together you are THE Dan! ...... DOH!
    I adjusted "paper" to "article"
    Lot's of interesting info there.
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    Merci Patrick

    Merci Patrick
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    Quote from this AES article......

    Quote from this AES article...
    http://www.aes.org/sections/pnw/pnwrecaps/2013/jun_cat5/
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    master fader for cue wedge

    Had a client ask if the master fader can be set to be used as the level control for the monitor wedge when using X32 as a monitor console.
    Any ideas?
    I normally use the "monitor" out and level with...
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    I agree with this POV. ESD will be effectively...

    I agree with this POV.
    ESD will be effectively dissipated as long as the shield is connected at one end or the other.
  22. This is a very good point! I have done bands...

    This is a very good point!
    I have done bands with 3 background singers on different mixes.
    How can they possibly know how the blend is working?!?
    I don't see horn sections with each player on a...
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    In analogue world, it is not uncommon to break...

    In analogue world, it is not uncommon to break the shield connection at ONE end of the balanced line and the shielding is still effective. In some cases an RF bypass capacitor is added.
    Would this...
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    Good point!

    Good point!
  25. 2 forward and 2 backward to eliminate feedback :p

    2 forward and 2 backward to eliminate feedback :p
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