Thanks for the info .
I had a look at you pics, they sure do look the part, better than my two ugly paving stones on each side. Mind you, the pavers do a pretty good job.
Have you experimented to find out how the stands perform, using them versus not using them, what's the difference, and do you like what you hear?
If you like, I'll look for your answer on the forum (but PM's fine), others may be interested...
Thanks heaps mate, all the best,
monsterjazzlicks wrote:Hi again,
In the HS7 manual it says to set the following (rear panel settings) as :-
Volume Level @ 12 0' Clock which is +4dB (and adjust the Level on the Source).
High Trim @ 0dB (other options are +2dB & -2dB).
Room Control @ 0 dB (other options are -2dB & -4dB).
Is this correct for MIXING purposes please ?? This is the first time i have ever owned such equipment.
Any advice is greatly welcomed !!
BriHar wrote:...And if you're interested in profiling the room you intend to record and mix in, this free software tool might help:
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