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hahaha15 01-23-2013 10:45 PM

Last minute
 
Can someone give me some tips for running sound? Eqing, what effects to put (reverb compression etc) volumes for everything, micing everything, stage volume anything i could need to know ??? Thank you!

whywefight 01-23-2013 10:46 PM

If the volume thing is in the red, you're doing it right.

anvil is god 01-23-2013 10:51 PM

Make sure that the suck knob is at zero.

Jon777 01-23-2013 10:51 PM

I imagine there's probably a sticky'd guide thread in the recording forum. I'd dig around there.

captainsnazz 01-23-2013 10:52 PM

Just put 4-5 Soundgoodizers on the master output

Bob_Sacamano 01-23-2013 10:52 PM

Bass - 11, **** everything else they dont matter.

DiminishedFifth 01-23-2013 11:00 PM

Make sure the kick drum is all the way up. Snare too. And bass. Everything else doesn't matter.

Put a ton of reverb and delay on the vocals and the guitar(s?). It'll make it sound nice and thick.

yoman297 01-23-2013 11:01 PM

make sure you put your guitar into a fog machine.

That's how they make Marshalls.

5thCircuitRider 01-23-2013 11:05 PM

Remember to EQ the lights with the proper amount of reverb.

Cazman 01-23-2013 11:45 PM

Coat your strings with honey for a juicier sound (protip).

Danjo's Guitar 01-24-2013 02:22 AM

I feel like the only answer to your question is do what sounds good. Because seriously, that is so vague. Might as well ask "Any tips on playing music?".

Obsceneairwaves 01-24-2013 02:23 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by anvil is god
suck knob


ha

MinterMan22 01-24-2013 03:38 AM

i thot this thread would be about last minute assignments and planned to come in here with tales of my many exploits

what the hell man

snipelfritz 01-24-2013 03:40 AM

Learn from the master:

Malchius 01-24-2013 08:15 AM

Make sure to earth the snare correctly, no end of drummers get electrocuted from improperly earthed snares.

badfish_lewis 01-24-2013 10:21 AM

Plug all the electrical equipment, lights, amps, PA system into one outlet, try to use a discount power bar (the one's without any kind of certification on them), they can handle more juice. Make sure that all master knobs are turned completely up otherwise you will get really bad tone. Drums are loud enough, whoever is telling you to mic them is an idiot. Treble is the least important, make sure you set them all to 0.
It's also best to have a few drinks before you hook all this up.

theogonia777 01-24-2013 10:24 AM

This isn't really something you should learn last minute and I would not trust a soundman that learned these things at the last minute. I mean, you wouldn't get an operation from a doctor that just learned the procedure at the last minute or throw a pass to a tight end that needed to have the play explained to him during the huddle, would you? I know I sure wouldn't.

crazysam23_Atax 01-24-2013 12:26 PM

How about you, uh, just tell them that you have ZERO idea what you're doing?

tim_mop 01-24-2013 12:40 PM

You can't learn all of that last minute.

Best advice: USE YOUR EARS. Play with it until it sounds okay for you.

Also, get as much mic gain as you can WITHOUT it going into the red. (ignore people who tell you red is good. Its red for a reason!)

And finally, don't point mics towards speakers. In fact, try and point them the opposite direction to the PA or monitors when you can.

That's all you're getting, and tbf I think I've been generous!

Ssargentslayer 01-24-2013 01:45 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Danjo's Guitar
I feel like the only answer to your question is do what sounds good. Because seriously, that is so vague. Might as well ask "Any tips on playing music?".

Yeah make sure you press play on the music player and then turn it up.


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