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    We'll definitely try the -20dB setting this time. We can't really vary the loudness of the drums and the guitar and vocals have to be loud enough for our drummer to hear while playing. :-( This is why it has to be ruddy loud! It is a bit annoying!

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    Ok, using the -20dB setting totally solved the problem. The sound quality was awesome! Thanks to anybody who helped on this tread. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth Williams View Post
    Ok, using the -20dB setting totally solved the problem. The sound quality was awesome! Thanks to anybody who helped on this tread. :-)
    That's what it's there for! Oddly, only an hour ago I was reading about the Neumann KM84 (slurp, wish, wish!) which apparently still distorts a bit on snare even with the pad engaged. However, it is said to then produce a fabulously punchy sound!

    Dave.

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