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  • Bleeding Mix In.

    I've got my SPD plugged into the mix in jack of the td10 and when the MIX IN volume is turned all the way down, you can still hear the spd. kinda sucks.
    Has anyone noticed this kind of bleed over when the mix in is assigned to phones only?

    thanks.

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  • #2
    Yeah, it was covered awhile back in another discussion... If you search, you'll find some good info about it. As far as I know, there's no fix for it. Ugh.

    -Danny
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    Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.

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    • #3
      You know I did do a search. All I found was people unable to figure out that a stereo cable is needed to hear in stereo! (I asked that once )

      Anyway, I suppose I could wait till I get home and figure it out myself, but does this bleeding occur when the MIX IN is set to phones only? if so, that would suck cuz I will eventually want a click playing in my phones.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Prototype:

        Anyway, I suppose I could wait till I get home and figure it out myself, but does this bleeding occur when the MIX IN is set to phones only? if so, that would suck cuz I will eventually want a click playing in my phones.

        Thanks
        Hi Prot.

        It is possible to have the click only on your headphones. It has nothing to do with the mix-in. Use the metronome that's inside the TD-10 and set it to headphones only.

        Groeten,

        Peter

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        My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures, videoclips and listen to our songs)

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        • #5
          Yes I know, but I was thinking for monitoring purposes. For example my idea was to have a monitor mix of the whole band going into the MIX IN, and also my click. I was worried about my MIX IN monitor mix bleeding back out to the mains.

          sorry did not make that point too clear.

          Probably not going to be a problem.

          thank you though.

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          [This message has been edited by Prototype (edited December 21, 2001).]
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Prototype:
            Yes I know, but I was thinking for monitoring purposes. For example my idea was to have a monitor mix of the whole band going into the MIX IN, and also my click
            That's exactly the way I work!!
            During rehearsals my drums are on a bad spot in the rehearsalroom. So I use a headphone, and the monitor out from the band mixerboard to the MIX-IN from my TD-10. Clicks (internal from the TD-10) are on my headphones only. Maybe there is a bleeding from the TD-10 MIX-IN through the TD-10 MAIN OUT but I never noticed it. I will check it out tonight, but if it is there it's not disturbing. The Click however is not bleeding at all.

            Btw isn't it night at this time in the USA?? for me it's 10.00 AM at this moment. For you it must be about 02.00 AM. Get some sleep and you will see it al clear in the morning

            Goodnight!!!

            Groeten,

            Peter


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            My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures, videoclips and listen to our songs)

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            • #7
              Yes! You were exactly right Peter! 2am is my bed time (work at 12 noon, so if I'm asleep by 2, can get up at 10am and still have all 8hrs of my beauty rest.

              I use only the click sometimes through my headphones; it will bleed if you have ambiance sent to it.

              ...I'm sorry, I know a little German, but no Dutch. What does Groeten mean? My guess would be the loose translation of sincerely, am I close?



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              • #8
                Originally posted by Prototype:

                I use only the click sometimes through my headphones; it will bleed if you have ambiance sent to it.

                ...I'm sorry, I know a little German, but no Dutch. What does Groeten mean? My guess would be the loose translation of sincerely, am I close?
                Hi Prot,

                I just tested it out in my studio. There is no bleeding at all from the Mix in and also non from the Click. I didn't check it out with ambiance though, so I will try that later for you.

                Groeten is Dutch for greetings, thatís the way I always end my posts.

                Groeten,

                Peter

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                Meneer Van Zanten (sorry, in Dutch)
                My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures, videoclips and listen to our songs)

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                • #9
                  Dank jezeer!
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