we use the same setup for both channels, by creating a stereo channel when the mixer asked if we wanted to do that. we then panned it out a bit.
Im not really a fan of using too much effects. I actually have an idea that youre not supposed to hear the effects while theyre active, but you should notice it if they´re turned off
I was hoping that you dont have to spend alot of money on the effect, splitter or whatever you want to use, but was hoping that you had something laying around that you could try it on. or maybe borrow it. This is also the reason that i mentioned the "(nothing special)" part
Allthough im a sucker for gadget and gismoes, it would be sad if you spend alot of money on something and it still doesnt "do it" for you.
regarding the XY pad. I love this feature, but it feels like I really cant adjust the EQ far enough, so i often have to move around the XY pad, and then go in deep, and move the EQ farther up and down. Does anyone get this problem?
yes i get this problem also. Not do sure about the altgorothm m20d uses to make this adjustments.
Seems that XY Pad is not fully automated for all 6 dots, only 3 out of six dots are self adjusting as you move your finger on the pad. it will probably work fine if you know where to set the 3 fixet dots as a pint of referance for the othet 3 to start.
When you move your finger on XY pad Red dot does not change freq only gain is affected, green and blue dot don't move at all. Somebody here said "why you need six adjustmens, 3 should be enough" i don't know if i agree with that.
If you adjust the 3 fixed dots to a brighter mic then the other 3 automated ones are forced to use the brighter setting as a starting point, this results in to a brighter mic maby this way you don't run aut of XY pad.
Ps: again you have to know where to set the 3 fixed dots and that takes away the m20d theory of "don't have to be a sound engineer to run it" m20d line 6 slogan says "just be a musician not a sound engineer"