#1
I do it and several people I know do it. What's your opinion?

The premise is to mic up your own stuff. Run it through a powered mixer then your own cab which is miced into the pa
#2
Quote by randywolf244
I do it and several people I know do it. What's your opinion?

The premise is to mic up your own stuff. Run it through a powered mixer then your own cab which is miced into the pa




i'd just forgo the powered mixer and cab and just use a mixer and run a line out from my mixer to the PA.

i'd let the sound guy run my monitor mix so i can get the other instruments through my monitor.

i would do this live if i had more than one instrument to play. i do this at home, i have a generic mixer there to plug whatever i want into with a substantial effects loop to send all the instruments through.
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#4
I normally have my own sound guy that I insist on using. We throw him 10% of the take and he looks after everything. Most times we will be using our own PA and when we aren't we insist on our guy doing the actual mixing.
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