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Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by robare99, May 18, 2011.

  1. robare99

    robare99 Senior Member

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    I play in a cover band, with the worst name ever chosen, in the history of recorded music.

    :facepalm

    Here's my setup.

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    I play guitar, Jem -> Boss ME5 -> JCM800
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    Some details about my rig:

    FOH: 4600W
    2 - Yorkville Unity15's
    2 - Yorkville LS800p's

    Monitors: 800W
    4 - Yorkville YX12's
    1 - Misc unknown JBL drum monitor (lol)

    Yorkville PowerMax16 mixer
    Yorkville 100' SN1624p snake

    Rack:
    Top: insert rack
    Power strip
    Rocktron 2 channel compressor
    Peavey dual 15 band EQ (for guitars)
    Peavey 31 band EQ with FLS

    Middle rack: FOH
    Power strip
    Yorkville Unity Processor
    2 - 31band EQ's for FOH

    Bottom rack: monitors
    Peavey dual 15 band EQ with FLS
    Yorkville AP800 power amp

    Mics:
    4 -SM58's
    3 -SM57's
    3 - PVM480's

    Drum mics:
    Senheiser
    5 - e604's
    2 - e614's
    2 - e602 II
    DDrum triggers
    Alesis DM5

    Various mic stands, all mic cables have neutrik ends, speakon cabling for all speakers. And it all fits nicely in my garage!!

    :D

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  2. Lance

    Lance Member

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    Nice rig! How's the rafter rattle?
     
  3. robare99

    robare99 Senior Member

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    It wasnt bad! That was the first time we played that venue, on a rodeo grounds, and it was actually a great setup. 20x12 stage, enough power (even with no 220v) it was a good time!!

    I'm finding the 12 channels to be limiting more and more often, so I'm gearing up to get a StudioLive 24.4.2 since the board I have now is powered, I needed power amps to replace them.

    I picked up:
    QSC RMX2450 for FOH (750w@ 8ohms, I believe)
    QSC CX404 four 250w @ 8ohms channels for 4 monitor mixes
    Looking for a QSC RMX850 for 2 more 250W @ 8ohms channels
    100' 24x8 EWI snake

    I'm trading in my board and snake, and the place will credit me towards a new StudioLive 24.4.2 bringing my board and snake in to get assessed for the trade in, and to order the new board, so I'm pretty excited!!!
     
  4. small axe

    small axe Member

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    nice rig, seems loud
     
  5. Teleking

    Teleking Supporting Member

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    I also run the U15s and the LS800s. Mine are all powered. I also run NX55s for monitors.

    Yorkville makes some nice speakers. I think their U15s blow almost anything away. They sound so sweet.
     
  6. robare99

    robare99 Senior Member

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    It's good to have lots of headroom, we still keep levels appropriate for the room.

    Smallest stage we've played: 8x12 FML haha

    :D

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  7. robare99

    robare99 Senior Member

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    Man I just love the setup, it's so clean and clear, nice thump, I get lots of compliments!
     

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