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Stanley Jordan Performance 3 - Namm 2012 at the PreSonus Booth

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Published on Jan 22, 2012

Stanley Jordan Performance 3 - Namm 2012 at the PreSonus Booth

From stage, we had a split snake, one tail going to FOH, and the other going to us for the broadcast. 2 fully independent mixes.

At FOH, Jonathan was controlling the FOH mix, the monitors, and he was multi-track recording the performances using Studio One 2.0. He could've used our Capture software, but was using Studio One, so we could demonstrate the VSL and Q-mix control at the show. Some of the artists were controlling their respective monitor mixes via the Q-Mix app, and also, Rodney was demonstrating that we could control the entire mixer with the iPad using Virtual Studio Live.

On my board, I was mixing as if I was doing my own FOH mix, and then outputting a L/R Stereo feed to your video equipment. The only difference at my board is that I had the master outs of the FOH board coming into lines 7 & 8, so if Jonathan did anything out front on his board, where the audio from his demo needed to be heard, I'd be able to capture it. We ended up not using that feature, but it was there if we needed. I used compression and EQ from the Fat Channel on nearly every channel. I didn't need gates, because all the instruments were DI'd, with Chris LeBlanc using an original Line6 POD before the DI for his guitar tones. For effects, I used a room reverb on bus A of the Studio Live 24.4.2, and on bus B, I used a ping-pong delay, and used Tap Tempo to set the delay times for each song. Lastly, I used a bit of compression on the Master Outputs, to smooth any rough spots, and to allow us to get more volume and clarity for the broadcast, without clipping.

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