Jul 29, 2009 by LISA | Posted in Music & Music Players
Looking for flight case manufacturer for Yamaha LS9-32, LS9-16 mixers. Where is it?
There's one for you, http://sales4.rackinthecases.com or http://www.rackincases.com - Racks Industrial Co., Limited
It's a professional manufacturer for flight cases since 1996.
| Jul 29, 2009
Yamaha Digital Mixing Console LS9-32 Tutorial by Haniel Trisna p2of3
Yamaha Digital Mixing Console LS9-32 Tutorial part 2 of 3 recorded in 1080p for clarity.Tutorial by Haniel Trisna. Settings for House of Worship.
Trade up from GL3800 (analogue) to digital? - The Church Media ...
When we moved into our new building two years ago we installed a 40 channel A&H GL3800 in our sanctuary. But as time goes on and as our needs change we are wanting more and more to have a digital board. As a specific example: we need compression on a bunch of our channels (live band) and figured it may be better to upgrade to digital instead of buying compressors. We use about 32 of our 40 channels every Sunday morning, so it would be difficult to go much less than that. But as you said, we run two styles of service, one traditional and one modern. If there were a way to easily switch between two groups on the digital board we might get away with 32 channels, but if we were to have a big production (like we do three or four times a year) it may be harder. I for one can tout the great benefits of digital consoles but that doesn't always mean that's what i suggest. Getting 32 or even 40 channels of digital is going to cost you between $7k-ridiculous. Not to mention all of the extras....
The live room is connected to the control room by two digital multicores, each providing 16 send and 8 return channels down a single CAT5 cable. The control room houses a Yamaha LS9 32 channel digital mixing desk with a 24 channel digital Alesis ADAT