Multiple triggering is ruining my life!

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Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 9:47 am

dwtoast72 wrote:you'll never have this problem with a mic


Yup, that's what the soundman at one of my favorite venues does. He uses the sound he gets from the beta 52 and triggers a sample off the mic and blends the two together. I think. I could barely hear him when he explained it to me in the club one night. :mrgreen:
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Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:10 am

dwtoast72 wrote:you'll never have this problem with a mic


Yeah, you'll have a bunch of other problems instead....
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Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:12 am

SmellsLikeIan wrote:
dwtoast72 wrote:you'll never have this problem with a mic


Yup, that's what the soundman at one of my favorite venues does. He uses the sound he gets from the beta 52 and triggers a sample off the mic and blends the two together. I think. I could barely hear him when he explained it to me in the club one night. :mrgreen:


I don't think that's what he meant, but I know what you're talking about. You can use a microphone to act as a trigger, using the signal to trigger a module.