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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

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Quoting xistenshal from The Sketcher
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Music: Scottish traditional music for ceilidh dancing.
4-piece:
1. keyboard (Roland FP7)
2. bagpipes (not the really loud ones) and whistles, through a stand mic
3. fiddle, through a stand mic (at present)
4. guitar, electroacoustic

Plus a dance caller with a radio mic headset.

Currently we play as a trio using a single L1 Model II + T1; about to purchase a second L1 + T1, so I'm just guessing at a suitable layout.

Venues and areas we have to play in are very varied. E.g. often in a corner of a particular function room. Floor volume can be very loud when you have a roomful of dancers.
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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

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Quoting noon from The Sketcher
quote:
Keyboard Yaha P200 Drum Machine Boss dr rthym.Lem 6 channel dry mixer. audio technica ATM89R
Acoustic and electric guitar senheisser mic
All running through the lem mixer... we are using the bose L1 system.....I am interested also in knowing recommended signal settings
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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

Hi Colin Sweet Tooth,

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Quoting Colin Sweet Tooth from The Sketcher
quote:
MINIMISING FEEDBACK to allow higher gain setting.

Option 1:
using Four mics as two out-of-phase pairs.

Note Mics numbered 1 connect to powerstand 1 and mics 2 to powerstand 2, the pair must be equidistant from the speaker. Crossing the mics over like this has the double advantage of maximising the distance between mic and speaker, it also allows the players to face towards each other just as they might if standing around a single mic. It's very helpful to have eye contact with your fellow musicians.

An obvious drawback of course is the increased cost of the system. Quality mics are not cheap. Red Face(


Option 2:
SINGLE MIC, TWO L1's, This idea is untested but seems good to me in theory.
suppose we had a single mic at centre wired to both powerstands,
one being phase inverted. Wouldn't this also cancel feedback?
Pros & cons:
1. one premium quality mic costs less than 4 so so mics. Red Face)
2. loss of spatial separation effect Red Face(

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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

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1/ Dean Rees - Ld Vox and Hammond organ, Clavinet and Elec Piano

2/ Nicky Prince - Ld Vox

3/ Stef John - Guitar

4/ Rob Butterfield - Bass

5/ Lee Alloway - Drums

We all require Monitors each and a good level of each members in the monitors, Predominantly the Vox.
Both Leslie cabinets require Top and Bottom Mics as the Hammond, Clavinet and Piano and sometimes Guitar Play though them.
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Quoting sweetfelicityarkwright from The Sketcher
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1/Dean Rees - Ld Vox and Hammond organ, Clavinet and Elec Piano

2/Nicky Prince - Ld Vox

3/Stef John - Guitar

4/Rob Butterfield - Bass

5/Lee Alloway - Drums

We all require Monitors each and a good level of each members in the monitors, Predominantly the Vox.
Both Leslie cabinets require Top and Bottom Mics as the Hammond, Clavinet and Piano and sometimes Guitar Play though them.
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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

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Quoting Better than nothin from The Sketcher
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We have an Epiphone Electric Bass Guitar, an Alvarez Yairi Acoustic and Taylor Acoustic. All three microphones are Shure Beta M58's. We also use an MP3 to play music on our breaks. I have a Carvin Redline R1000 Bass Amp wih 4 X 10 cabinet that I can use if a single system can't hold the trio's full equipment. We play in small coffee houses that hold 50-100 people and would like to be able to use a single system but I will consider using 2 L1's if necessary. Thanks for all of you rhelp and advice.
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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

Hi El Rancho Deluxe,

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Quoting El Rancho Deluxe from The Sketcher
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1. Primary vocal mic goes from T-1 (ch1) to VoiceLive, then back to T-1 (ch2).

2. Guitar goes to T-1 (ch3), then out to effects pedal, then into loper (Boss RC-50), then back to T-1 (ch4).

3. Mic goes directly into looper (Boss RC-50), then back to T-1 (ch5).

4. T-1 goes back to the L-1 and inserted into channel 3.
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Re: The Sketcher Discussion (Look for your Sketches Here)

Cool, how do I move this to a thread so that I can get some input about streamlining my setup? I'd like suggestions on how to reduce the number of cables I need to make it all work and to improve signal flow.