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May 11, 2020

Re: L1 Model II with new T8S

Hi Chuck,

Yes, you'll need to get the remaining Cylindrical Radiator sections in line with the audience members ears. If you elevate the units, please make sure your solution is sturdy and there's no risk to people or players (well, players are people too right?)

ST

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Jun 22, 2019

Re: L1 Model II with new T8S

ST. Different subject dealing with the T8. Way back when the T1 was the rage, some of us were wondering what the best settings would be for our mics. All of us were seeking that all elusive silky vocals sound only found in studios. One gentleman sent these setting for the Shure SM 58 that seem to work for those using that mic.

zEQ = Low 2.2 Mid 2.4 High 0

Para EQ = Level -5.4 Freq 4050hz Width 1.0 octave. All set on Bypass

No Compression or Modulation

Delay = Analog Mix 15% Time 275ms Feedback 15%

Reverb =Mix 20% Bright 50%

Reverb Type = Large Time 2.25s Bal 50%

Those were for the TI. I'm wondering if anyone with the T8 has come up with some great settings for the Shure 58 or EV 957 or Neumann KMS 105?

Thanks

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Jun 22, 2019

Re: L1 Model II with new T8S

ST. Different subject dealing with the T8. Way back when the T1 was the rage, some of us were wondering what the best settings would be for our mics. All of us were seeking that all elusive silky vocals sound only found in studios. One gentleman sent these setting for the Shure SM 58 that seem to work for those using that mic.

zEQ = Low 2.2 Mid 2.4 High 0

Para EQ = Level -5.4 Freq 4050hz Width 1.0 octave. All set on Bypass

No Compression or Modulation

Delay = Analog Mix 15% Time 275ms Feedback 15%

Reverb =Mix 20% Bright 50%

Reverb Type = Large Time 2.25s Bal 50%

Those were for the TI. I'm wondering if anyone with the T8 has come up with some great settings for the Shure 58 or EV 957 or Neumann KMS 105?

Thanks