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  1. Drum Ninja

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    Yes, using the little whirwind boxes will work but depending on the number of channels you need you might want to look into something like this: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Split8

    Quote Originally Posted by BlastBeatsODeth View Post
    It's been a long process, acquiring components for an IEM set-up while balancing a bunch of other things.... But I'm finally there and am ready to piece it together.

    My needs are hearing my kicks (two bass drums), and hearing my click tracks, for gigs and rehearsals. Getting a monitor feed from the soundman will be nice, but i do plan on splitting my kick mic signals (internally mounted D6 mics) and routing them into my own mixer - probably one channel via a combiner. I also have a porter & davies throne on my wish list for 2017.

    Anyway..... I'll post pix of what i have... I like to keep it simple and error proofed, but would love flexibility.

    I have an alesis compressor/limiter/gate - this will guard against sound spikes from the soundman, right?

    An EV crossover. Is this necessary for kicks or overkill? Worth incorporating if i later include the PD throne thumper?


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    For mic splitting will those $35 boxes (art or whirlwind? I dont recall) suffice?


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  2. Drumoholic

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    That mixer has an Aux Send, so you could route your kicks directly to the mixer, and give them to the sound guy's board via your Aux Send, and then you wouldn't have to buy the splitters. Just a thought.
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  3. What's in YOUR stickbag?

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    For gigs, I just built an in-ear setup for the band...Behringer x32 Rack + S32, Carvin wireless in-ears (for the band), and I use a Behringer P-16M connected to my Roland SPD-SX. The setup can be used as a self-contained FoH and Monitor rig if no house sound at venue, or just as a Monitor rig if venue does have house sound; up to 16 channels are routed to the S32 and the house connects to it. It's setup for 5 separate monitor mixes that can be controlled by each band member using an iPad or smartphone.

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  4. Drum Ninja

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    Echoing the previous post, I just upgraded to the X32 Rack. Similar situation, I use the P16 to monitor and the other 3 members of the band use wireless packs. We can feed a separate FOH from the X32 but we typically just run our own system and use it for everything.

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  5. Drumoholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by StickS707 View Post
    For gigs, I just built an in-ear setup for the band...Behringer x32 Rack + S32, Carvin wireless in-ears (for the band), and I use a Behringer P-16M connected to my Roland SPD-SX. The setup can be used as a self-contained FoH and Monitor rig if no house sound at venue, or just as a Monitor rig if venue does have house sound; up to 16 channels are routed to the S32 and the house connects to it. It's setup for 5 separate monitor mixes that can be controlled by each band member using an iPad or smartphone. The basement studio is set up similarly, but a full size x32 into a P16-M into the SPD-SX.<img src="https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=500285"/>
    That's a sweet setup for band-owned gear! Most bands around my neck of the woods don't even have a digital board, let alone wireless IEM's!
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  6. What's in YOUR stickbag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pearlreference7101 View Post
    That's a sweet setup for band-owned gear! Most bands around my neck of the woods don't even have a digital board, let alone wireless IEM's!
    Thanks...I actually put the rig together because I got tired of depending on the sound guy to make adjustments to my monitor mix, and my bandmates had similar gripes. Now bad monitor mixes are on us, LOL.

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    I don't have a IEM rack as it's not needed for my purposes.

    I'm using Sensaphonics 3D AARO cutom IEM with a digital board (Allen & Heath), I adjust all mixes/volume through my iPad.
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