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9 hours ago, Woodinblack said:

Yep, almost evererything has a high pass filter on it (except the bass drum when we mic that up). The bass doesn't go in the PA (well, it does but only for IEMs, not for the speakers).

I think the guitar would sound better if I set the high pass filter higher than 80Hz. I was thinking maybe 15kHz :D


Perfect 😅

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And do what Jack says - get a Prodipe TT1 MIC  -the Pro or the regular one with the switch, they really are a hidden jewel £35. Ya can’t go wrong!

We use a single ALTO 212s 12” sub with QSC 8”s. It really helps out.

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I have no idea who told me about the Prodipe TT1 but I'm very enthusiastic about how much better they are than the 58

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