#1
I just aquired a 10 channel mixer, and have found it makes the sound quite tinny, how can I make the sound more rounded?

Thanks

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#3
Alright thanks man, can you suggest any cheap EQ pedals or anything that'd do the trick?

EDIT: By cheap, I meant inexpensive, not... cheap. Lol.
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#4
your mixer doesn't have any eq? what are you using the mixer into? computer or recording interface of some sort? or as a pa?
#5
No, I built the mixer lol, so no EQ, but yeah, for band practises etc, as a pa.

I can post pics of the mixer if you like?
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#7
considering i built it myself, and that it's only for rehersals etc, not really. I can use a pedal or rack mount right?
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#8
if it's the overall sound you think sounds tinny you'd want a eq on the master output. otherwise you'd have to eq every channel sepatatly.

you should be able to use a pedal, if the mixer has unbalanced outputs for the inserts. you're running the mixer into some sort of poweramp I'm guessing? putting an eq between the mixer and the poweramp should work.
#9
Alright, thanks a bunch. I'm going down to the music shop tomorow, so I'll have a word.



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#10
Why did you build a mixer?
I actually thought about doing that at one time...but never did and was happy with my choice.

for the price you paid for parts you could have easily went to a store and got one off the shelf complete with all the parts needed on board...