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Studio One General Discussion » Adios... » Go to message
scottyo7 wrote:Uh... I like Europe... especially their "B" side "Carrie".
They were actually one of the 20 top successful bands in the '80's.
Remember music is subjective.

Bring on the NEW Forum and let us (hopefully) not be disappointed.

I've jammed with their keyboadist. They are quite cool guys!

My personal favorite is 'yesterdays news'.

Here is a picture of us while he's playing on my keyboard


Studio One General Discussion » Adios... » Go to message
AlexTinsley wrote:
roblof wrote:It's already one and a half hour on the announced date and it's still same old site

Don't you americans know what GMT is


In the PreSonus world everything revolves around Central Standard Time. The new forum will go live around 1pm Tuesday CST.

Studio One General Discussion » Adios... » Go to message
It's already one and a half hour on the announced date and it's still same old site

Don't you americans know what GMT is
Live Sound » Research before a major purchase » Go to message
Perhaps first generation digital consoles not using oversampling. Because of this analog filters required very steep slope (introducing phase issues) or lesser slope that may cut of some of the hi-end. One need to be carefull not to introduce foldover due to high freq content.

Modern digital mixers should not have these issues...
Studio One General Discussion » Can't get multi-track output » Go to message
Kiwicomposer wrote:I assume now you have created a template with the correct setup so that starting a song is easier in the future!

If so maybe you can load it up on the Studio One Exchange for other X32 Users?
That would be really helpful to some!

No need for a new template. Just use the sl32.4.2ai template. Works like a charm...
StudioLive General Discussion » Cascading of AI mixers. » Go to message
In the video they said that you can choose between Nx4 or 4 subgroups. Nx4 means that each group of four on each mixer will be local and not combined.

I don't remember what they said about the auxes...
Pre-Sales Questions » Eris Studio Monitors Shielding » Go to message
No.
Live Sound » Splitting audio signal into two mixers? » Go to message
talmen wrote:Check with the house sound person. If their board has direct outs or unused insert points, you can use those to feed your SL for recording. Then all you need to do is get the appropriate cables/adapters to get the job done.

As the OP is using his studiolive primarily to feed iem's, using the direct outs for tapping the signal from the FoH console can create a big issue since the headamp gain is shared and controlled by the FoH engineer.
StudioLive General Discussion » How to use my 32.4.2 AI like in this video? » Go to message
You probably have monitoring enabled one way or another - Either in the daw or you've created a feedback loop with the subgroups an the mains.
StudioLive General Discussion » How to use my 32.4.2 AI like in this video? » Go to message
Open the VSL software and you'll find a section where you can change your routings. Once you are on that form it should be quite easy to understand your routing needed for the subgroups.

I dont have a computer with vsl at hand so I can't give you any specifics at the moment.
Studio One General Discussion » delete me » Go to message
I refuse to post in this thread.

I'll make sure that this forum thread is being archived no later than July 1st...
Live Sound » Splitting audio signal into two mixers? » Go to message
I'd opt for this one.

http://artproaudio.com/art_products/audio_solutions/splitters_patchbays/product/s8-3way/

They also have a 2-way version but I like the extra split option.

You can also solder a snake split so it contains protective capacitors for the 'slave' console. However snakes go bad from time to time so a hardware unit is the way to go in my opinion.

Additionally some tech may refuse you to connect a split-snake to protect their own equipment and may require you to use a proper splitter.
Live Sound » Splitting audio signal into two mixers? » Go to message
What are you using for the drums overhead? They are almost never dynamic mics. The hihat usually likes a small condeser mic as well...
Studio One Forum Community Support » Choppy Video Playback » Go to message
You'll also need to check what codec was being used when you transcoded the video. Some codecs may give you issues when decoding if it isn't in the right format.
Live Sound » Splitting audio signal into two mixers? » Go to message
foreigndude wrote:
SwitchBack wrote:Two things to keep an eye on with those hard-wired (transformerless) splitters:
- be very careful about which mixer will provide the phantom power, and on which channels. 48 volts in the wrong place can be destructive.
- all sources will have to drive two inputs in parallel. For some mics the combined input impedance can cause problems. Check specs of mics and mixers.


Phantom power for what? We aren't using any condenser mics and in our usual setup, Phantom power is off on all channels.

Yes, but the FoH mixer can still output phantom power by accident or they may want to use some of their equipment for some reason.

Don't you use di-boxes or are they passive?
 
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