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PA Signal Flow Digrams Needed

Discussion in 'Live Sound [BG]' started by Kyle Matthews, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. Kyle Matthews

    Kyle Matthews Supporting Member

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    Hello,

    I am putting together a Live Sound training and am wondering if anyone has/knows where I can find signal flow diagrams for live sound environment and recording as well. These images would need to be at least 1024x768.

    The idea is to be able to show people who know nothing about gear, signal flow, etc. how it all works within the context of a live show and recording studio. I am trying to avoid creating said diagrams from scratch and have pulled all of the useful images I could find from Google Images. This is geared towards an "Audio 101" format. I appreciate any insight you can provide.
  2. JohnMCA72

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    Most mixers' user manuals have several diagrams of typical setups for different purposes. Manuals for just about everything are available online. Pick a manufacturer, download a manual, & print a page or 2.
  3. T-Bird

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    Hi.

    ^This, RTFM.

    I'd probably choose Behringer to avoid copyright issues as well ;).

    Regards
    Sam
  4. Kyle Matthews

    Kyle Matthews Supporting Member

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    Well thr trick is to be able to pull these up in high definition on a large touch screen.
  5. T-Bird

    T-Bird

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    Hi.

    Convert a .pdf to whatever picture format You like and use that.

    OR

    Redraw a few with CAD.

    Neither should take more than an hour to do.

    Regards
    Sam
  6. pflash4001

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    Mackie has some good references on their site including diagrams, glossaries, and other resources.

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