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    If it does not like your fingertips, use your...

    If it does not like your fingertips, use your knuckles. Or your right pinky tip.
  2. Search the forums here. You'll find some threads...

    Search the forums here. You'll find some threads about routing to P16s.
  3. Tape and sharpie is fine if you have a single...

    Tape and sharpie is fine if you have a single layer. Gets a bit tricky when you have two, and really tough when you have three (If I could write small enough to denote three layers on a piece of...
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    I expect that all preamps will measure the same. ...

    I expect that all preamps will measure the same. The reason is that our test signals are infinitely less complex than music.
  5. Don't forget that the subs' filters cause a lot...

    Don't forget that the subs' filters cause a lot of delay. So if the tops are properly delayed to the subs, your system will likely be behind the vocals already.
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    Two schools of thought: Set it to the resonant...

    Two schools of thought:

    Set it to the resonant frequency of the drum. This will make it 'more sensitive', which is good if you have a drummer who plays with dynamics.

    If dynamics are not...
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    Turn on the filter. Put on your headphones and...

    Turn on the filter. Put on your headphones and select key cue, adjust the filter to the frequency you want, then turn off the key cue. (The manual is very poor in this area.)
  8. An expansion would decrease the low level...

    An expansion would decrease the low level signals, not increase them. It's usually used to cut stage noise in vocal mics when there's no one speaking, or if you have a channel with some low level...
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    IMHO, with most speakers, with regard to the...

    IMHO, with most speakers, with regard to the calculated max level, you take off 6dB for power compression, 6dB for "sounds like crap if you run it any louder", and in some cases even more for the...
  10. This is for monitors, but it does pertain to the...

    This is for monitors, but it does pertain to the house system as well:

    Keep in mind when ringing out monitors, you must duplicate the performance situation. Ringing out with an open stage...
  11. What you have working is how I would expect to...

    What you have working is how I would expect to have to do it.

    You could save some snippets or scenes to change the appropriate channel(s) monitoring from "tape" to input for overdubbing on various...
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    The dip may be from the speakers being placed...

    The dip may be from the speakers being placed 3.5' from a boundary (wall, floor, ceiling). The bumps at 60 and 120 are likely from room dimensions of 9.5' and/or 19' (or a diagonal having one of...
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    Vocal comp? The standard channel comp is pretty...

    Vocal comp? The standard channel comp is pretty good if you use the sidechain EQ. Start with 3.5kHz, Peaking filter, with the Slope on 1, Ratio at 6:1-ish, Attack 0 (to start), Release 100ms. ...
  14. If it is of the available selections, set up one...

    If it is of the available selections, set up one of your user keys as the mute for the Matrix, so you don't have to change layers to get to it.
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    My guess is that you are running the bass HA hot,...

    My guess is that you are running the bass HA hot, which the comp is taking care of in the channel. Instead, run the HA at whatever level Reaper likes, then use the comp's makeup gain to get the...
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    I visited a friend's gig recently and got a...

    I visited a friend's gig recently and got a chance to play with the standard comp's sidechain EQ on a female lead. IIRC I set it up as peak EQ, slope on 1, freq on 3k5. It gave a smooth, squishy...
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    Keep in mind when ringing out monitors, you must...

    Keep in mind when ringing out monitors, you must duplicate the performance situation. Ringing out with an open stage (turning the level up until it rings, then EQing the ring away) may or may not...
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    I missed that discussion Jerry. I'll endeavor to...

    I missed that discussion Jerry. I'll endeavor to remember.
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    Use parametric anywhere you can, as a graphic...

    Use parametric anywhere you can, as a graphic cuts a lot that you usually don't need to cut.
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    I've used a Mackie and an O1V96 with the Bose. I...

    I've used a Mackie and an O1V96 with the Bose. I don't recall having to jump through any hoops to get the system(s) to behave. I don't have any reason to think that the X32 would be noisier than...
  21. Yep, no installation. You can create a shortcut...

    Yep, no installation. You can create a shortcut for the .exe file the same way you create one for anything else (at least in XP, I don't about the newfangled versions of Windows).
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    Regardless of the intended use, I always format a...

    Regardless of the intended use, I always format a new drive, as they have various sorts of gobbledygook on them. I don't recall reading of any problems here or on other forums of problems with...
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    Why single out Behringer for not making what you...

    Why single out Behringer for not making what you want? Does anyone else make it? Likely not, because the economies of scale just aren't there.
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    The L1IIs I worked with had only 1/4" inputs. ...

    The L1IIs I worked with had only 1/4" inputs. Don't recall if they had a level control.
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    Most don't do anything useful. So I prefer...

    Most don't do anything useful. So I prefer devices that have no gimmickry inside to fail (http://www.provantage.com/tripp-lite-rs-1215~7TRPM002.htm). If you want real protection from surges, you...
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