If that is the case, then Mayhem's points are probably a little bit more accurate... to clarify-YdoIevenTry said:Thanks. Im not exactly sure if what you told me is going to work because (me being the drummer)the exuipment isnt at my house so i cant do what u guys tole me to do but i will try once i get over to my guitar players house.I also want to thank you for going into such detail....i was expecting"Yea ummmmm try turning up your PA system"so again thank you for taking your time.If anyone else has any more information to help feel free to post.Anything u can tell me would be great.We spent 1300+ bux on this bad boy and i would like to get every thing out of it that i can.
Ok – This is what I was taught and it as Nephilim pointed out, it depends upon the equipment that you are using.dj_illusions said:just out of curioisity... do you guys work of the VU Meters or the LED's on the desk when mixing the sound.
I was taught sound ages ago, and the guy that taught me said that it doesnt really matter what your main LED's are peaking at just so long as your single channels dont peak.
I have always tried to make sure that the main LED's on the desk arnt peaking... but then again he used to run the desk with the Main L+R up full..... but meh, how do others do it?