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[quote] On 2012-02-09 10:28, Dan McLean Jr aka, Magic Roadie wrote: Hello, Ed! I think what Regan has posted is real good. It will still take practice, though. EQ'ing a PA can be one of the most difficult things for a tech to do, but it's also one of the FIRST things that needs to be learned. It takes years to learn well. That being said, Your idea to take the mic to the back of the room with you is of limited use for getting a good sound, and is no use for dealing with feedback. The reason for the latter, is that the occurence of feedback is tied to the physical relationship (distance & angles) between the mic(s) and the speaker(s). Therefore, moving the mic to such a dramatically different location will skew things immesurably. Your best bet it to deal with feedback by keeping the mic on the stage, and, as Regan has outlined, being sure to test everything with the mic at every part of the stage that you will use, because there can be bad spots. EQ'ing for a PA system has two basic applications. One if feedback reduction, which can ONLY be addressed with both the mic(s) & speaker(s) in their performance locations. The other is tonal shaping, which can be handled in a number of ways. The relative positions of the mic(s) & speaker(s) are not as important as for feedback reduction, but the best bet is to follow the same positioning guidelines as for feedback reduction. All the best in the future! Dan. [/quote]
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