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Monolithent
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Hey Kibo,

Thanks for the kind thoughts on my little guy. He is my third son and I think my last. Wife still wants to try for a girl but she isn't the one who's gotta put em thru college and uncle sugar don't pay that great, even at my level.

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Here's what I see so far. First of all there are a lot of hard surfaces and right angles which is where the bulk of your echo is coming from.

If I read you correctly, the speakers that were on the poles are now on the walls and up fairly high in the room and perpendicular to the floor. They appear to be pointed directly inward (possibly toward each other) if they are aimed the same as the EVs that were there. Unless that's an optical illusion from the camera angle.

As far as the speakers go, and if I see it correctly, then I would re-aim them. They're going to pool around the center of the room and cause some major comb filtering. Do you find you have to drive them pretty hard for everyone to hear but it doesn't really seem to help? Shoot them toward the opposite rear corner to start and listen to how they sound (especially in the center). I'm not sure of the angles that those boxes are good for so that should get you started then you can tweak as necessary. After you check the center check along the front and see if the levels are good up to the front row and then drop off quickly as you approach the stage. Then move down each side and then the back. You should have a pretty even level throughout except obviously the back which is about 100 ft away but even it should be reasonably clear and pleasing.

Is it possible to aim the speakers down a little bit? Reason being, considering the dispersion pattern of an average speaker, the bulk of the sound comes straight out in a quasi-line and then dissipates straight out, left and right, and up and down from that line. Hope I explained that correctly. If you aim that line down towards the people in the back (not an easy angle to figure out from here without knowing exact measurements) you can get sound to the folks in the back and front at a very similar SPL level. This is why Array systems curve and are almost never completely parallel to the ground unless the crowd is elevated in the back. The speakers that are curved back and down feed the front row and each new speaker moving upwards in the array feed another group further back.

After that some sound traps throughout the chapel and especially the back wall will minimize the reflections and make it far less echoey.

Does the pulpit sit in the center of the stage or is it off to one side? If it is in the center try moving it to the side and see if that helps. If memory serves you have a condenser for the pulpit. Try a cardioid and raise it up and at an angle where the most direct speaker is hitting it as close to square in the back as possible. Should help with the feedback I think. Though aiming the speakers on the wall away from the stage will definitely help

Once you get Systune working, you can use it to pink the entire chapel. Walk around the place with a measurement mic, a mic stand, a pen and paper, and a really long cable. Have a look at how the room is responding to sound. See how the sound is decaying and look for multiple reflections. If you see the reflections find out what frequency they are and make a note to put some suppression in that area. The back wall usually takes a lot of suppression because that's where everything ends up. You can't get all of it but enough that it doesn't cause a huge problem.

Dr J, MikeRivers, Other live sound geniuses!!! Help me out here. I don't deal too much in churches...afraid I'll catch fire.

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hi lowtech,

the speakers that you see on the pole are my K12s. they havent placed the yorkvilles yet the time i took the picture.

you are correct ,my speakers on stage that time (k12s) were pointing sidewards on opposite direction. i didnt know! hehehe.

the speakers now are up there where the wires of the EV came from. they are pointing down and slighlty also pointing on the opposite direction.

and youre right i find them hard to drive and sounds hollow. (i dont even know anymorewhat else it sounds like. it doesnt sound that good to me.) it is quite a while since i placed my system there. the last time i tried it was the time these pictures were taken (jun 11). i got really frustrated when the churchs' bought the other system... so i layed low in bringing my stuff to church. i will try it again 2 weeks from now.

the pulpit was taken at the back for this night. we had a concert. but most of the time it is at the center.

with regards to the sound system for the church, i will just try my best to help them with what they have and not anymore suggest things. i find that they are threatened with new ideas and people coming up to help them. i know you know how it goes with people being so long in there ministries. so hard to let go! anyway, i try not to say anything bad about the AV guys at church but sometimes just have to get things off my chest.

i will really try to take time to learn Systune so that it could help me understand things.... by the way i saw on a second hand store here selling line 6 ux1 toneport. its i think a USB interface for $85Can. can i use this for systune for reference mic? is it worth the price? i cant find presonus audiobox selling here for maybe $80. if i could use my SL it would be great but i know its also nice to have a small interface to carry for separate application like for church right?

thanks so much,

kibo

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Lowtech,

never mind about the line 6 ux1 toneport. it sells $49 at guitar center.

what are other affordable usb interface that i could use for reference mic
tnx,

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For the interface. Pretty much anything that will do 2 input and 2 output should work just fine. The fidelity isn't really too big an issue. 44.1 @ 24 will work just fine for an FFT program. Higher bitrates and resolution aren't really going to make a huge difference. Have a look at things like the Presonus AudioBoxUSB. I use an M-Audio Firewire 410 cause its what I had laying around and it works just fine. I would recommand that you try to find something with Neutrik Combo jacks for the inputs. Makes life easier. That's all you really need and that isn't that much cost. Ebay is your friend.

Have you been able to make it work off of just your onboard connections?

All my gear is still loaded in the truck from Saturday (was loading when the little guy decided it was time). As soon as I can talk the wife into moving her Caddy from the driveway I will be able to unload and play with using Systune with the StudioLive. I'll only have 30 days so we will have to move quick if it does work with it. Plus the ability to monitor 8 channels at once is kind of appealing to me so I may pick up a full copy.

And I feel your pain with the church administration. I constantly have to convince people who outrank me that what I am doing with their sound is the best way to go. If you think a church is tough try setting up for a US Air Force General and his entourage and running from the acoustics of an aircraft hangar where you can't put things where they need to be because someone thinks it looks ugly to have a speaker there or the podium needs to be on the floor out here instead of on the stage. I have run some of the ugliest EQ settings I've ever seen in the name of feedback rejection because of some of these guys. Then for some reason they always have to have a wireless mic attached to a lectern that never moves so I have to eat the cost of another ProCell and people on stage (and sometimes in the audience) 'have to have' lapel mics even though they don't move anywhere either. And I never get paid enough for this crap and never have enough help. Often I don't get paid at all, just considered my duty to provide. I've got to lend out a small system for my own squadron tomoorow to have a summer morale picnic that I'm not even going to attend (this is my worried face)

Take care of what you can and leave the rest. Eventually the congregation will come around. Just for your own sake and the sake of music, when that time comes don't be afraid to say I told you so. And then they will let you do what you think is best. In the mean time...hone your skills. You're gonna need em.

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No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

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Monolithent wrote:For the interface. Pretty much anything that will do 2 input and 2 output should work just fine. The fidelity isn't really too big an issue. 44.1 @ 24 will work just fine for an FFT program. Higher bitrates and resolution aren't really going to make a huge difference. Have a look at things like the Presonus AudioBoxUSB. I use an M-Audio Firewire 410 cause its what I had laying around and it works just fine. I would recommand that you try to find something with Neutrik Combo jacks for the inputs. Makes life easier. That's all you really need and that isn't that much cost. Ebay is your friend.

Have you been able to make it work off of just your onboard connections?

All my gear is still loaded in the truck from Saturday (was loading when the little guy decided it was time). As soon as I can talk the wife into moving her Caddy from the driveway I will be able to unload and play with using Systune with the StudioLive. I'll only have 30 days so we will have to move quick if it does work with it. Plus the ability to monitor 8 channels at once is kind of appealing to me so I may pick up a full copy.

And I feel your pain with the church administration. I constantly have to convince people who outrank me that what I am doing with their sound is the best way to go. If you think a church is tough try setting up for a US Air Force General and his entourage and running from the acoustics of an aircraft hangar where you can't put things where they need to be because someone thinks it looks ugly to have a speaker there or the podium needs to be on the floor out here instead of on the stage. I have run some of the ugliest EQ settings I've ever seen in the name of feedback rejection because of some of these guys. Then for some reason they always have to have a wireless mic attached to a lectern that never moves so I have to eat the cost of another ProCell and people on stage (and sometimes in the audience) 'have to have' lapel mics even though they don't move anywhere either. And I never get paid enough for this crap and never have enough help. Often I don't get paid at all, just considered my duty to provide. I've got to lend out a small system for my own squadron tomoorow to have a summer morale picnic that I'm not even going to attend (this is my worried face)

Take care of what you can and leave the rest. Eventually the congregation will come around. Just for your own sake and the sake of music, when that time comes don't be afraid to say I told you so. And then they will let you do what you think is best. In the mean time...hone your skills. You're gonna need em.


Hi LowTech, sounds like you're being deployed? Thanks again for the help on my SL. just wasn't clicking about the outputs as I had my brain on songsetup... Jonathan Says that they need to fix the sl template.
Anyway, I'm jumping in on the idea of using the SL with Systune and tuning. I want to know how that goes as well. Are you thinking a vst parametric could also be used as a master output insert to tune? That would be cool. Congrats on the boy. I have 2 boys and Daddy's baby girl as the youngest at 12.
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Monolithent wrote:

Dr J, MikeRivers, Other live sound geniuses!!! Help me out here. I don't deal too much in churches...afraid I'll catch fire.


I have never stepped forward and offered any help. The same reaction at church is often the same reaction on any forum where something is brought up that people just aren't familiar with. "WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT"?

If there isn't any acoustical treatment happening then the system has to be set up for a flat response. The reason? A flat response is THE LEAST reactive in a highly reflective environment. A flat response is like saying it doesn't have a response. No other frequency is more hyped than any of the others. They all are reigned in EQUAL. You have to have an FFT program to do that. Run the FFT program on your system in the FREE Field first (outdoors) to remove walls and reflections as much as possible. Take a snapshot of the Response and use the snapshot to compare it to and INDOOR snapshot so you can see what walls and reflective surfaces did to your system. Those areas of difference will be the areas of interest. You then have to either: acoustically treat the room OR move your speakers around to get the best position (usually off walls and onto people)

Kibo -- Let the church handle it if they aren't open. Seems like such a paradox........(Not open to thoughts or reason) But I DO know what you mean. Do go ahead and get your own system in order the best you can & get familiar with it all. When you have the results and the confidence -- someone is bound to spread the word that KIBO has a butt kickin system. Then Maybe they will start asking questions. Don't spend anymore time on their stuff. Let them see what you can do with yours.

I will check back later on here. Right now I got to bolt on out of the office.

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Much appreciated Doc.

You get a chance to grab that card yet?

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No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

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hi guys,

thanks a lot!

@jerry, i will take your advice and lowtech too.

@lowtech, still have to put things together with the Systune. busy with work and band... let you know...

thanks again. you guys are very encouraging! inspires me to spend more! hahaha! just kidding!

kibo

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Peary Forrest wrote:Hi LowTech, sounds like you're being deployed? Thanks again for the help on my SL. just wasn't clicking about the outputs as I had my brain on songsetup... Jonathan Says that they need to fix the sl template.
Anyway, I'm jumping in on the idea of using the SL with Systune and tuning. I want to know how that goes as well. Are you thinking a vst parametric could also be used as a master output insert to tune? That would be cool. Congrats on the boy. I have 2 boys and Daddy's baby girl as the youngest at 12.


Not deploying anytime too soon but with what I do for a living I never know. Air Force heavy airlift maintenance for the most part fall into anytime/anywhere slots so I have to keep a bag packed all the time. I have a set of orders to transfer to a unit in England in November.

Glad you got things rolling with the SL. I was pulling my hair out with that for a while before I figured it out.

As far as Systune goes I'm still finding my way through it. Set up is different than Smaart. I've got the demo on my netbook and have been playing with it between bottles and diaper changes. Still haven't been able to even get it to make a noise at this point but I am confident I will get it eventually. I had Smaart sort of working with my StudioLive but I couldn't get it to work consistently (I had a Creative driver that kept popping up and causing problems even with no Creative or E-MU products installed anymore). Takes some time but it'll happen.

As far as a VST PEQ, I would say probably not at this point. I found that the board wasn't responsive enough to the changes I needed to make in my EQ curve to level it out, so I'm not sure a VST would be any better. I'm sticking with outboard gear for now. But it is a very cool idea and I will give it a shot once I have things running smooth.

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Tallest guy in the Mod Squad with all his hair still on his head.

No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

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kibo wrote:hi guys,

thanks a lot!

@jerry, i will take your advice and lowtech too.

@lowtech, still have to put things together with the Systune. busy with work and band... let you know...

thanks again. you guys are very encouraging! inspires me to spend more! hahaha! just kidding!

kibo


We're all here to help. I'm fiddling with Systune right now and should have some results soon.
And if I had back half the money I'd spent on gear over the years, I'd be buying more gear with it. It's inevitable and expensive.
The nature of the beast if you will.
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Tallest guy in the Mod Squad with all his hair still on his head.

No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

StudioLive 16.4.2, AudioBox 1818VSL, AudioBox 44VSL, Faderport, Digimax FS,, M-Audio Firewire 410
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Monolithent wrote:Just found out myself. Thanks to Motoko

Get yourself an online photo sharing account (like Flickr or other).

Upload the pics there.

Copy the URL of the image you want to use.

Click the image button above the text block where you type response messages (works different for quick reply).

Paste the URL after the text that is input. Click image button again and you're done.

Should give you something like this (just not with my kids in it)...ain't he cute...the phones were my wife's idea, I swear it.

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Hey LowTech,
Congratulations! It's good to have little people around. It keeps you young.
For some reason I wasn't getting any notifications on this thread even though I'm subscribed to it. Doesn't the forum automatically notify you via email of any new replies to a thread that you've posted to?

Anyway, good on you.
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Thanks for the kind thoughts Joe. I don't know about keeping me young but he definitely keeps me smiling.
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No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

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OK guys,
I finally got some audio to process with the software. I'm not where I want to be with it yet and haven't tried with the SL16, yet.

Here is a screenshot from my netbook (which is why it's so squashed looking) with my AudioBox attached as the audio interface. I was unable to get it to process properly (at this point) using just the netbooks onboard audio. I've been able to get the pink noise out from the netbooks onboard audio which is a plus but not audio back in as of this writing. I think my adapter cable might be going bad cause its intermittent. I'll pick up another tomorrow.
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What you've got here is a simple 1/3 octave measurement of the noise floor in my living room during a normal day. The mic gain is a little low at this point. You'll want to get it flashing yellow instead of all green. The top graph shows time signal info (still not sure how that'll be useful at the moment) and bottom is the current spectrum using a 1/3 octave physical setup. I'm feeding pink noise at the software's 0dB. Not sure at the moment what its level is coming out at the moment. FFT is at the default 1.49 sec and matches the Pink noise. The software gives a warning when the FFt length is smaller than the pink length.

I'm not partial to the required mic calibration needed for this to work. They have a workaround to whistle into the mic but I'm not really feeling that either. I guess I might have to pick up a calibrator. If any of the Gurus have suggestions for an acceptable cost unit I would be most appreciative.

So far this is just running off of a standard condenser as my RTA is loaned out for the weekend. You're going to have to pipe things through a board of some sort with 48v to get the RTA condenser working.

My netbook has an expresscard slot in it so I'm going to try a firewire card in it to see if I can connect to the SL but that'll be a few days. If it works I will be very happy. As soon as I can get my back working right again to unload my truck I will get the SL into the mix and see how it works. Still testing and fooling. Will report more soon.
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No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

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@lowtech,

appreciate your efforts! im going to be asking more questions soon... im just busy with church band.

thanks,

kibo
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OK,
Finally got the stars aligned and my truck back in the driveway.
SL and PC are back in the studio.
Will give you details as soon as I have them available.
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No I'm not a freaking pilot!! The Air Force won't let me have a suit with a zipper...or sometimes shoestrings.

My advice and suggestions should never be considered advice or suggestions. These are mostly insane ramblings of a poor aircraft mechanic who can, strangely enough, still hear.

StudioLive 16.4.2, AudioBox 1818VSL, AudioBox 44VSL, Faderport, Digimax FS,, M-Audio Firewire 410
--MultiBoot System--
Win Vista 64/XP Pro/7 x86/7 x64 - Mac OSX Snow Leopard/Lion
Gigabyte motherboard--SYBA TI Firewire XIO2200A--i7 2600k Quad Core--16 GB DDR III--Custom 2U Rackmount--4 TB Raid (all internal SATA II)--19" Samsung HDMI LCD on pivoting VESA 1U Mount
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