Audio Engineering: recording, mixing, FOH and more..
Hey Ben, The IEM of choice for the team is Ultimate Ears both the 7 & 11 series. I’m not the best person to ask on preference and performance as my duties are with FOH but I do know that everyone is very happy with Ultimates. Hope that helps! J
James..I’ve been curious as to what IEM’s you and the guys use at home and on the road. I’m in the market for some new ears and have been trying to get different opinions. I’m currently playing drums for SONICFLOOd and Alanna Story and want an IEM that will let me feel my kit and the bass when I’m playing, but still give me the cut and clarity on the guitars and vocals. Would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. Thanks, man.
It depends on the setup, however if I do I ensure that the Aux is set to ’0′ rather than being variable so as to maintain my crossover point.
Do you run your subs off an AUX?
Hey Melissa, Yes we are using the Midas Pro9 digital console. I did start on analog consoles and really enjoy using them, however when touring with a band that has 72 inputs it makes much more sense to go digital these days. So yes, digital is definitely more convenient. I definitely don’t like every digital console I use, but the Midas sounds really, really good.
from the photos you post, you are using a midas console, which looks digital. Did you grow up using analog or digital? If you started out in analog, when did you transfer to digital? Do you use digital for touring because its more efficient to save settings?
On the latest united album, are any of the main drum sounds sampled or layered underneath the original acoustic drums tracks? If not, you got some awesome drums sounds! If so, where did you get them from. Just curious. Thanks
Ps. any plans on running FOH for united at Passion 2012 next year?
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