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ST - Pro
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Re: compact for 100

Hi PMWIZARD,

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You are correct that loudness was not the issue, but the instrument as to feedback. Also, doesn't the compact lower the volume of the backing tracks when using the mike, but does it also do that from the instrument channel?


There is nothing in the Compact that does this automatically. "lower the volume of the backing tracks when using the mike".
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Re: compact for 100

Hi PMWizard,

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Originally posted by PMWIZARD:
I agree Captbanjo that I also read the crowd when playing music. If the listeners have to get close to each other, than I am to loud.


Here's what I've found.

In small venues...

The volume control of the sound system is the volume control for the room. If I turn up the volume, the whole room including the audience gets louder too.

We are heard at the will of the audience. The audience always wins.
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Re: compact for 100

Thanks ST for info on volume on the compact. Must have read that on something during my research of small systems.