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Re: tones etc. frisell, mixers, and all things loopie
I use mainly powered speakers... Alesis bi-amplified near-field monitors in
studio (But I have also used for a long time Tannoy passive with a yamaha
studio power-amp with similar results) and Mackie 450's live.
I usually prefer active (and bi-ampli or tri-amplified ones) since they
the internal power-amps coupled to the speakers (I mean as power) so there
are less problems with distortion etc... I also use a Behringer compressor
(the composer) between the mixer outs and the speaker inputs (just as a
limiter, to avoid peaks).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Louie Angulo" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: tones etc. frisell, mixers, and all things loopie
> Luigi thanks
> I am doing some research before i go shopping; are you
> using active speakers with it or do you have a
> separate power amp?
> > Hi Louie. I currently use an Eurorack 2004 in my
> > guitar rack (mainly with my
> > loopers and fx) and a DDX3216 (Behringer digital
> > mixer) in my studio(for
> > recording along with an RME Digiface).
> > I love their sound. Now Behringer has created a new
> > line of Euroracks (don't
> > remember the name but you can find them on Behringer
> > web site) that are just
> > like the old ones, but contain as a bonus feature a
> > 24 bit Virtualizer fx
> > processor inside. I think I'll try one of them,too.
> > Peace
> > Luigi
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