Read some Radial ReAmp manuals while enjoying morning coffee. The following routing seems logis to me, correct me if I'm wrong: - instrument in mixer - instrument routed to aux exit - aux exit plugged in reamp box - reamp box plugged in external effects string - exit external effect strings plugged back into mixer - mixer connected to powered monitor or PA The only difference with my current setup would be the reamp box in front of the effects. Sounds logic to my limited knowledge.
I use the Tube Stage emulator as an effect on both melody strings. so, probably, I will need a reamp box. If I understand it right: - the effects I use are guitar effects, build for guitar impedance, not mixer line impedance - in order to fix noise problems with my outside effect string the mixer's line impedance has to be tempered, ergo the ReAmp. Did I say that right? (Still trying to understand the mystic ways of a mixer) Thanks!
Example: - used effect: EHX Big Muff - routing: instrument in, routed to aux, aux in effect, effect out plugged in mixer. So, since the effect is plugged in after the input, the problem is with the effect ( tried Boss Overdrive also) or with the gain settings. ( I definitely play a lot better then I am in setting the electronics up!)
My hurdy gurdy has four magnetic pickups and a xlr connector per pickup. For the moment I play through a Behringer XR18, without any preamp. It works, but the gain has to be rather high. Using external effects this results in noise. Can I use something like the Klark Teknik CM- 2 as preamp to boost the signal before entering the mixer. Any other suggestion is welcome, I am a bit of a dummy concerning sound technique. thanks, Pieter
First of all, I am not a native English speaker. I read some threads on “ my problem”, but sometimes the answer are too technical.
- I play electro acoustic hurdy gurdy (yes, does exist!) through a Behringer XR18 much to my satisfaction.
- I use different scenes for effect setup, tuner routing through aux, routing to external effect. For the moment the switching between these scenes is done on the computer, not very practical live.
- can a behringer fcb1010 midi floorboard do the trick? So, is it possible to program the different switches in a way that I can switch between scenes/effects etc.
The moment I am really sure it is possible I start studying, but I need to be very (VERY!) sure!