Question about Samson SX1200 Amplifier
Bass drum by convention is ch1 on the board.
You need a good drum and a good mic
First set eq flat and pfl ch1, set gain control so drum just hits peak/or red when hit hard.
Send ch to drum group (1+2) on board, or route to master (L+R), depending on type board. Then listen to drum ONLY through the system, and adjust eq so it sounds good at low level then turn it up and keep it sounding good.
If it keeps peaking the ch then turn down gain.
There are toys (inserts) you can use noise gates and compressors if available,
Sound is objective and can not be learnt without doing it , good luck. remember good low level sound will always be better than really bad lound sound, start low make it good then make it loud.
Good drums do not need much eq. Get the drum right first.
Hope this helps
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Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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