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    I have been playing live weekly for over 10 years with a regular kit. We are doing a big wedding April 8th. I really have gotten used to my V-Pro kits feel, I want to play it live for the 1st time. What do I need to run up to the sound board (24 channel)? I have the Roland personal monitor system. Do I come out of the back of the sub cabnet? or out of the TD-10 unit. I need basic instructions. Thanks a million guys.
    Clam,


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    Originally posted by clamking:
    I want to play it live for the 1st time.....What do I need to run up to the sound board .....

    Clam,
    Hi Clam,

    I played live with my e-drums for over 7 years now. First with my TD-7 and since two years with my TD-10.
    I always use the main outputs from my TD-10 module to the sound board of the band.
    Two short jack-cables from my module to two DI's (behringer) and from there I use XLR-cable's to the board.

    For monitoring I use one "H&K PowerWorks" Powered monitor speaker 15 inch plus tweeter.
    From the soundboard of the band I use a monitor channel and return it to the 'mix in' on my TD-10 module.

    I use the headphone out to my Powered monitor (watch out for the headphone-output because it is very high) so I have everything under control.

    For the 'mix in' you have to make (or buy) a female-mono to male-stereo converter and for the 'headphone out' a male-stereo to female-mono converter. If you use the PM-3 as a monitor you can split the stereo output from the headphone into two mono cable’s and put it into you PM-3

    Over the monitor channel from the band soundboard I got vocals, bass and a little guitar sound but not my TD-10 sound. I mix that myself with the Mix and Headphone knobs on the TD-10 module.

    I hope this will help you to set up your kit live.

    Groeten,

    Peter


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


    [This message has been edited by mrVRock (edited March 19, 2002).]
    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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    • #3
      Originally posted by mrVRock:
      Hi Clam,


      From the soundboard of the band I use a monitor channel and return it to the 'mix in' on my TD-10 module.


      Over the monitor channel from the band soundboard I got vocals, bass and a little guitar sound but not my TD-10 sound. I mix that myself with the Mix and Headphone knobs on the TD-10 module.

      MrV:

      Interesting. Thanks for your insight. I'm not clear on this, tho. Why do you run the band back into your mix-in? Doesn't the mix-in then also become output with the drum signal back to the board?

      Thanks.

      MattS
      WMP


      (Weapon of Mass Percussion)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by matts64:
        MrV:

        Interesting. Thanks for your insight. I'm not clear on this, tho. Why do you run the band back into your mix-in? Doesn't the mix-in then also become output with the drum signal back to the board?

        Thanks.

        MattS
        Good questions MattS!

        I run the band back to my mix-in so that I can hear all the vocals and the other instruments on my own Monitor. Just like normal stage monitors for singers. Thereby I can mix my drum via the headphone knob.

        And now why your question is so good;

        I forgot to mention that you have to set your mix-in to 'headphones only' otherwise the sound is looped back into the mixerboard, and that is not very good for your equipment!!

        Groeten,

        Peter


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