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Resonance Mastering Sep 6
Hey ! Today I’m thinking about “Live sound reinforcement?” I know many of you wear all the hats, including mix engineer. What problems do you run into during your shows? Post, reply, and search with the hashtag
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Resonance Mastering Sep 6
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kenneth lambert Sep 6
i usually have more problems with monitors than front of house. most small stage setups are very difficult to get enough volume in the monitors where the band can hear themselves clearly without feedback. usually due to the limited space.
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Steve Prentice - Guitarist Sep 7
In my humble opinion,as a performer, floor monitors are just sound on sound with the waves bouncing all around the place, plus peoples' ears adjusting downwards in sensitivity. I am personally a fan of IEMs with each musician getting a personal and adjustable mix.
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Acef Stripe Sep 16
what do these ear monitoring systems cost? seems relevant..
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Resonance Mastering Sep 16
Fifty bucks up into thousands. Newer mixers let performers control “me mix” from their phones
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Big Jimmy O'Lantern Sep 17
The financial story, of course, is also connected to sound reproduction quality. In general the more expensive ones don’t bring as many complaints from us whiny guitar players (🤷🏽‍♂️) about losing tone. Prices are falling for quality. Way better than even 10 yrs ago.
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Resonance Mastering
I have a set of SE215, not expensive in the scale of IEMs, and I think they are excellent. I know not as high quality sound reproduction as higher models in the lineup but they do a great job for monitoring and tracking
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