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  1. Grazie per il video. In quanto sembra che ci sia una sorta di gating del canale microfono. Hai verificato che non vi è alcun compressore o gate sui canali di ingresso o fx globale? Per determinare se si tratta di un problema hardware sarebbe utile per collegare una tastiera agli ingressi da 1/4 "o un iPod all'ingresso ausiliario. Si sente alcun suono? Prova di routing uno dei microfoni ad una uscita monitor senza collegare le uscite principali. Fa la stessa cosa accade? Solo nel caso, quale versione del firmware è installata? Dovrebbe essere la versione 1.23
  2. Si verifica con un altro segnale di come un iPod o solo un microfono? Prova a creare una nuova configurazione da zero e ricominciare da capo per vedere se funziona. Scusate il mio italiano non è buono
  3. aren_stafe, Probaste cada canal y no vez ningun LED rojo. Pero escuchaste tu senal bien, sin interferencia? Si su sistema no funciona en todos los lugares puede ser que necesite servicio. El unico server de Line 6 en Argentina esta en: Tevelam S.R.L. Electronics,Guitar Av Mitre 1130 Florida Buenos Aires, 1602 (54-11) 4730-1111 Toma en cuenta de que aunque es buena idea actualizarlo no garantiza que va solucionar el problema si es que hay algo fundido en una de las unidades. Pero en muchos casos esa actualizacion ayuda mucho.
  4. La nueva version del firmware ayuda con ciertas clases de interferencia así que esperó que solucione algo. Mientras tengas la versión 1.03 puedes actualizarlo a 2.0 usando el programa Line 6 monkey pero necesitarías usar una XDV75 como su interface de USB. Tienes una buena relación con la tienda que te lo vendió? Ellos podrían ayudarte con eso. Si no tienes 1.03 se tiene que mandar a la fábrica para actualizarlo. Probaste usar otro canal? Con el transmisor apagado, cambia de canal en el recibidor parando por 30 segundos en cada canal. Notarás que los LEDs rojos se prenden (eso es normal) pero su mejor funcionalidad ocurre en aquellos canales con menos LEDs rojos. Mientras tengas menor cantidad de LEDs rojos tendrás mayor rango y eso ayuda a combatir todo lo demás que podrá estar efectuando la señal. Por sea caso, hay otros sistemas Line 6 en uso en el mismo escenario? Todos tienen que funcionar en el mismo modo. Asegúrate de que su transmisor esté en línea de vista con el recibidor, ósea NO LO PONGAS EN EL BOLSILLO. Es mejor mantenerlo afuera en su cinturón o sujeta a la correa que usas para aguantar la guitarra.
  5. Hola aren_stafe, Recomendamos qué programé su transmisor al modo de funcionamiento "RF1" Si su transmisor es suficientemente nuevo o a sido actualizado a la versión 2.0, cuando prenda el transmisor los LEDs de de la batería y audio se alumbran juntos. Inmediatamente después el LED de la batería va a pulsar una vez (indicando el modo RF1) o dos veces (modo RF2). Para ajustar el modo: 1. Mientras su transmisor esté apagado, desliza el "Channel select" al canal 6. 2. Prende el transmisor. 3. Inmediatamente desliza el "channel select" al canal 1. 4. Rápidamente desliza el "channel select" al canal 6. 5. Después otra vez hacia el canal 1. Este proceso tiene que ocurrir dentro de tres segundos de haber prendido el transmisor. El LED azul va a pulsar una vez indicando que el transmisor está funcionando en el modo de cuatro frecuencias (modo RF1). Para volver al otro modo, repite el mismo procedimiento y ahora el LED azul pulsara dos veces indicando el modo RF2. Nota: una vez que ajusté el modo del transmisor necesita apagar y prenderlo para guardar los ajustes. Si cambia baterías antes de hacer esto se acuerda del último modo que había guardado.
  6. Length: 9 3/4 inches Width at widest part: 1 3/4 inches Girth: 5 1/2 inches
  7. Hi altonabeach, I'm assuming you are trying to edit those tracks using a DAW (recording program). You won't be able to see any tracks when connected to a computer. You have to stream the audio from the M20d into your computer, recording it into your favorite DAW on separate tracks. Only then will you be able to "see" (edit) them. Section 4-8 of the manual explains the process. Also, make sure you have the latest Line 6 driver installed on your computer.
  8. Very nice track, karmicfreak. I love all the rhythm changes and how wonderfully orchestrated it was. Congratulations on such a great live take. I would very much like to hear about your experience with the tracking process. Did you use any processing on any of the instruments from the M20D? Did you provide monitor mixes for any of the musicians during tracking? Did you manually set the gain for each channel or did you use the "Auto Trim" feature?
  9. Hi dazbec, I found this article and I remembered reading this post about how to use the L3T as part of your bass rig. Here, Abraham Laboriel explains how he incorporates the L3t as part of his rig.
  10. Hi Masterzone, I have not tried your particular configuration but I did find this article featuring Abraham Laboriel and in it he explains how he uses the L3T as part of his bass rig.
  11. Regarding your recording issues... Make sure you have the latest firmware 1.20! Many people were reporting issues with recording to SD cards in this post and it all ended when the original user updated to v1.2. Also, just make sure you are using a brand new class10 SD card that is FAT32 formatted. Very old SD cards can loose performance after a few hundred writing cycles and counterfeit SD cards that say "class10" but are not are a risk. Please let us know if that helps.
  12. Another thing that occurred to me regarding your problem with bass -- have you tried the polarity switch on the back of the L3S's? It may alleviate the boominess you're experiencing. Depending on the venue, reversing the polarity may help open up the spectrum from on over accumulation of offending low frequencies, but it's something you'll have to experiment with. Ultimately, you want the sound directing out to the audience to be superior so while it may alleviate your on stage situation, it MIGHT cause a drop in bass for the audience. Try it, it may work to the advantage of both! Also, I recommend insuring that the Stage source speakers you are using as monitors are in the "Floor Monitor" mode, which is optimized for projection and reduces low frequency boominess on stage from having the speaker lean on its side.
  13. Here's a few things you can do to optimize the vocal: Make sure you're using a vocal preset that has a hi-pass filter in it, compression and EQ. The built-in vocal presets on the M20D are optimized for great audio right out of the box. Applying Auto Trim to Inputs: In Setup Mode, tap the Auto Trim button in the Main Toolbar, then select the channels you’d like to Auto Trim. Sing at performance level. Auto Trim will set optimal levels for those channels. Tap the Confirm Changes button to save the new trim levels. Trim Tracking: When a channel’s input is too hot, enter Deep Tweak Mode, tap the Input tab, then engage Trim Tracking to avoid distortion without changing the channel’s overall volume. Applying Feedback Suppression To A Vocal Mic: Select the vocal mic channel then enter Tweak Mode. Tap the Deep Tweak button then select the Input tab. Tap the FBS Enable button and set the FBS Mode to Vocal. Have the singer sing at performance level. FBS will automatically detect the troublesome frequency and filter out the feedback. Repeat steps for other channels. One thing every seasoned live sound guy does before every gig is what they all "ringing out the monitors," meaning that you force feedback to occur on purpose and then you use EQ to notch out the offending frequencies. Use the FBS feature to help tweak your system and use the EQ in your monitors to further make adjustments that make cause your PA to howl. You mentioned your lead singer is using a condenser vocal mic. I am assuming they are the person using the in-ear monitors. If not, find out what the polar response pattern of the mic they are using is because it may be playing a factor in the way you are positioning monitors on stage. For example, if it uses a cardioid pattern you'll want to place the monitor on the floor in front of them. But if it employs a super-cardiod pattern, it's best to position them on the floor off to the side a little bit. Side-fill style positioning of monitors, for example, may not be optimal because you'd be directing sound right at the mic. Lastly, compression on the vocal always helps achieve a more balanced sound that cuts through the mix in a live scenario. I assume you play rock simply because you mentioned you played Rush through your system. Properly adjusting the compression of the vocal channel will ensure that even if he's singing softly, he may not need as much gain as when he's really pushing it, and while it will reduce your dynamic range, it will allow for more gain/volume.
  14. bassman24, Sounds like a cool idea! But in the meantime, use this forum to ask about specific scenarios. There are an army of experts, specialists and dedicated Line 6 users that can still help you achieve your optimal setup from afar. For free, no contest required. :)
  15. Digital-sound is right. I'd also like to point out that using L6 link as he described maintains optimal signal integrity, as it is a digital signal, less susceptible to analog interferences that may occur. Plus, one less cable. As an aside, using an all L6 linked system also makes readjusting your setup from the M20D possible in the "Managing L6 Link Devices" menu. Plus, when a StageSource series speaker is assigned to an M20d output, the audio from the speaker’s analog input is mixed with and transmitted through the speaker for added flexibility.
  16. Federalhog, When you have both speakers connected via the L6 link, the inputs on the L3M are still available and will play through both speakers, in stereo if you're using the RCA inputs and in mono if you're using the line combo jack input.
  17. JeffersteinVS,You mentioned that you suspect that your guitar's preamp delivers a Mic level signal.That means it may already be a balanced output, in which case a direct box will not be necessary and as "aasoundco" mentioned, you would just need to get a TRS-XLR cable. If the preamp only delivers a line level signal, however, for optimal audio I would recommend the use of a direct box at that cable length.
  18. Just in case, I recommend setting all your transmitters to RF1 mode. Funny things may happen when you run multiple systems on different modes.
  19. If the cab sim sounds good to you in "Electric Guitar" mode, then use it. Sometimes I prefer it on, too. :)
  20. Hi, The preset works on my end but there's a few things you could check: Please check to make sure the cable from the kick drum mic is in the correct channel. Look at the Rock Kick icon in your "Setup" view. There is a number on top of it. Make sure the cable is connected to that input number. Do you see meters moving on the channel when you hit the bass drum? Make sure your channel fader (knob) is up. Is there a red circle with a speaker icon on the bass drum? If so, that means the channel is muted. Press "Perfrom Mode" on the left and see if the Rock Kick channel is muted. Make sure that other channels are not solo'ed. Press "clear solo" at the top of the screen in 'Perfom Mode' to make sure something isn't solo'ed. You would also see a headphone icon on anything that is on your stage view. That may be the reason you're not getting audio in or out. See if that helps.
  21. Hello, Too many things influence the FOH house sound. What kind of speakers they are using, are they using any processing like compression, EQ or limiting? Keep in mind your sound is also being mixed to fit in with all the other musicians and that will change your sound completely. 1 - Use "Electric Guitar" mode as it was designed for use with multi-effects processors, PODs and pedal boards. However, and this is not meant to confuse you, you may like the high fidelity sound of "PA/Reference Mode." You are free to use it. Yes, the Flat Response, Full Range characteristic of the "PA Mode" might work better with certain models. 2 - A mic will not give you an accurate representation of the sound you hear coming from the L3T. Your talking about capturing signal from a speaker with 3 different components that reproduce in different parts of the spectrum. That's why you mentioned it sounds different than using the modes. Aiming the mic would be a challenge, but it may be worth experimenting with if you have the time. First choose "electric guitar" mode (or PA mode, if you prefer) then experiment like you would in the studio. No rules, though I don't recommend it. 3 - "Electric Guitar" mode is designed to have a different voicing. It emulates the frequency response of a 2x12, meaning its EQ curve is similar to that of a guitar amp and not a regular FOH speaker. Guitar amps have a characteristic sound due to the materials and speaker cones that are used. It's why guitars and effects sound unusual when you plug them into regular PA speakers. To more closely achieve the sound of a guitar through an amp, choose "Electric guitar" mode. Additionaly, in this mode, you take advantage of Virtual Tilt-Back, which optimizes the speaker’s tuning to achieve an upward tilt to its main axis and aim the sound towards the performer. Other questions for you: Are you fedding the FOH the direct outs of your POD or from the "Mix Out" of your L3T? Don't forget that if you only have one L3T, the "Mix Out" puts out a Mono Sum (L+R) of the input from the L6 link. If you're using the outputs of the POD HD500x, always use the balanced XLR outputs, when you can. If you are using the 1/4IN outputs make sure it's set to "LINE" and you're using direct boxes to feed the front of house.
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