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Jakester

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  1. I mentioned above we just got one - I had one of these off Paul: Probably an easy way to dip your toe in without blowing the budget, plus he was a pleasure to deal with!
  2. I have one and they’re great. Sadly mine came with a box, no tin so I am very envious. How did you rack mount it, out of interest?
  3. I’m not expert by any means, but in anticipation of getting ours, I did some reading on placement and the stuff I did read suggested that placement of two subs below the tops (as is the norm) is suboptimal as it can affect the bass through the venue through interference waves: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.soundonsound.com/techniques/bass-place%3famp Could that be an issue?
  4. Just bought a sub off here; we used either Alto 15’s or Mackie Thump 12’s (with the latter being used as monitors at the bigger gigs). Now intending to use the 12’s with the sub and put vocs bass, keys (possibly) and drums through it, with a view to possibly adding the guitars too if needed. Both guitarists use valve combos so sadly DIing is out, and they need a certain level of volume to get their drive.
  5. If anyone is interested, this was spot on - but instead of buying one I found some vids on YouTube and just sampled the bits I needed. There’s a sort of rising sub-bass ‘wobble’ so I nicked a dubstep sample off YouTube and added filter and flange effects for that. The only sound still outstanding is a sort of ‘honk’ in the main riff but I’m not sure I can be bothered to track that one down...
  6. In the bands I’ve been in down here, we’ve always approached the venues direct. If they use a promoter/manager (some do IME) they’ll just direct you to them.
  7. Thanks - I have the technical side covered - it’s the actual sounds I’m struggling to identify!
  8. No, not the main figure, but sound effects in the background - there’s a sort of ray gun effect, and various other ‘squidgy and wobby’ sounds. We’re not going all out for authenticity but I did notice on a first run through it can get a little repetitive so it’d be nice to break it up a little.
  9. Not sure if this is the right place, so sorry if not! We're playing Paul Weller's Changing Man in my band at the moment, and there's loads of bleepy sound effects in the background. I wondered if anyone's band had ever had a stab at replicating them and if so, how you went about doing it?
  10. Never mind the amp, can I have a copy of this please!
  11. I use a Snark clipped to the bridge of my EUB - IIRC you can swap between ‘Mic’ mode and ‘vibration’ mode - set to the latter its been fine.
  12. Thanks, I’ll give him a call.
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