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New Talkin’ Yak Live Video – Caution: Channels Merging

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Noted front of house engineer and Live Sound International/ProSoundWeb contributor Jim Yakabuski has just released a new video — “Caution: Channels Merging” — on his YouTube channel. Based on his article of the same title (located here), Jim explores the benefits and dangers of combining two inputs from the same source. e.g., Kick Input and Kick Output, Bass DI and Bass Mic. He demonstrates techniques using polarity and input delay to get two similar inputs from the same source working together nicely in the mix. And we get to listen to the legendary Peter Frampton live from Red Rocks along the way!

Episode Links:
Caution: Channels Merging – Thoughts & Approaches When Combining Like (Or Similar) Inputs, by Jim Yakabuski
The Talkin’ Yak Archive On PSW
Jim Yakabuski On Signal To Noise Podcast Episode 21 — and — Episode 1

Jim is also the author of the book “Professional Sound Reinforcement Techniques,” available via Amazon here.

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