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Started by GuitarBuilder, June 04, 2017, 08:14:36 PM
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Quote"We are pure analog, we are probably the only big production, live act that you can see and hear in complete analog, everything is analog,"
Quote from: sixeight on June 05, 2017, 12:27:02 AMHaving all analog delays and reverb is a challenge. Using analog speaker processing for the main PA system is a night. And using an analog lighting system is boring. But he did mention see and hear...
Quoteone of my most pleasant memories is being part of an analogue lighting system when I was taking theater craft classes in college.
Quote from: Elantric on June 05, 2017, 10:33:59 AMI can counter one of my most unpleasant memories was performing on bandstands and stages that employed old generation dimmer stage lighting systems with my touring rock band back in the 1970' s The problem was My Guitar rig would go into hyper hum mode Everytime the stage lights were being dimmed down because of excessive noise introduced on the AC Mians power line from the cheap stage light dimmers That was part of the reason recording studios would employ costly low noise light dimming systems
QuoteI'd be interested to know what amp you were using back then and if you still have it?
QuoteIf you were to hear Tom's analog designs (SR&D Rockman), as well as Echoplex, Binson, and Fender, you would have a different opinion. The reviews of the show this year are very positive.
Quote from: Kevin M on June 06, 2017, 10:56:22 AMGreat musicians will give a great performance regardless of their choice of analog or digital equipment.