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by Drew Brashler in All Posts, Uncategorized
January 13, 2011 3 comments

Hey everyone, I created this blog to talk about a few ideas I had with audio and some projects that I have been working on.  Even though all of this information can be applied to live audio for concerts, events and clubs, most of this information will be written for the purpose for church sound reinforcement.

Most churches do not have a large budget to add the latest audio gear, so us audio guys get to improvise and make the best of what gear we have.  I have always been a fan of learning everything about one piece of gear, and then trying to bend the rules a bit to get THAT much more out of the said piece of gear.  One of my latest projects that I have been working on is one of those where I would be bending the rules just a bit.

Stay tuned in and feel free to post some replies.

Drew Brashler

 

3 Comments
  1. Vic Klonin says:

    Hi Drew

    Great videos Drew! I just purchased a X32 Producer (rack mount unit) & could really use your help with the following issue.

    I’m trying to send a backing track from my PC via the X-USB input. I have routed the signal into Channel 25 & 26 (FOH) and then have added Channel 27 & 28 as parallel inputs to send to the MONITOR BUS.

    * Note! The reason for doing this was to be able to EQ THE WAVE FILE separately for the FOH and the MONITOR BUS. The FOH needs a slight (2db) 10K boost while the Monitor Bus needs all the low end below 120 rolled off. The overall MONITOR BUS has our vocals and the WAVE FILE but the vocals need to maintain an overall flat sound with a bit of low end boost. The monitors are the new Behringer Eurolive B207 MP3 150-Watt 6.5″ PA/Monitor Speaker and they are fantastic. We use a Pair of Bose L1 -1S with the B2 Subs and the system is outrageous. We were being asked to turn it down occasionally and finally I turned off the FOH system and realized our monitor system was way too loud so we decided to buy some smaller speakers mounted on mic stands and that has solved the problem entirely.

    Back to my problem.

    Channel 25 & 26 (Linked) send to the FOH and everything works fine while Channel 27 & 28 works exactly like Channel 25 & 26. So that means that the faders are sending the signal to the FOH main fader which I do not want.

    Here’s what I want them to do! Send a signal from Channel 27 via the fader to the MONITOR BUS 1 fader, & Channel 27 via the fader to the MONITOR BUS 2 fader & not to the FOH.

    Whenever I attempt to set up the Sends On Fader they do not work correctly. I want fader 27 & 28 to be independent of one another as I do with the Monitor Bus faders..

    Can you tell me what I need to do to achieve this?

    Cheers!
    Vic Klonin
    vic.klonin@shaw.ca

  2. Charlie Laufer says:

    It’s really great to get paid for something you love doing. I think they see the work you put into it, and how God has use you. Glad for you.

    1. dbbaudio says:

      Thanks so much Charlie!

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