BX Digital LIVE

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dawman
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BX Digital LIVE

Post by dawman » Wed Apr 18, 2018 8:48 am

Using QSC KW 153s or QSC K12s is always a pleasure in bigger rooms.
My only beef with 0s and 1s is in the low end stereo signals get unfocused, not phasy but possibly nullifying becuase my IEMs have a patent with built in corrections.
Jerry Harveys Patent is phenominal, it seems everyone uses it, it only took 7 months so that's a testament in it's usefulness too.

But BX Digital M/S Mono Maker built by Eric from DAS and designed by Ulrich is incredible.
Each little tweak changes the focus of not only low end signals but the M/S is so much better than stereo.
Ive had so many people ask the band leader if the keyboard guy was playing or posing over pre recorded tracks.
That confirms my suspicions/

Anyone having squinty eyes and frowns over your low end only need to set the mono maker @20-260 and check out your sound.
Making the low end mono in stereo cabinets is fucking incredible.
I never saw an amp that provides this.

Just another reason to buy Scope unless you like sounding like the dude next door.



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Re: BX Digital LIVE

Post by dawman » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:18 am

Even the SSv3 Spacestation with SUb Woofer and 2.1 Tube Sonic Exiter is huge.

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Re: BX Digital LIVE

Post by wayne » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:00 pm

Mono maker is one of my favourite things in Scope. Frees up energy in the mix, enables clear placement.

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Re: BX Digital LIVE

Post by dawman » Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:17 am

Indeed it does.
Good to see you Brotha’ Man Wayne.
Hope your Brass & Bass continues on...

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