klangmaler Posted July 25, 2016 Share Posted July 25, 2016 [...]I know Line 6 is insistent that global EQ should be used only to address differences in the room you're playing in. But that really is only important, in my opinion, if you're NOT routing your sound through the PA. If you're using a PA and you're managing your own stage sound and volume, there's no real problem with using global eq as a quick way to address minor adjustments (like very high and low frequency cutoffs [...] In other words: As long as you can (or have to) manage your sound 'alone', Global EQing is an easy way to take account of the room characteristics. If you're working with a 'soundguy', he should have in mind that Helix delivers a sound that is 'cab'd and mic'd'... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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