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Roos Rohde House Speaker System Guide

This guide will go through a step by step guide of how to use the speaker system in the Roos Rohde House.

Using the Snake

Using the Snake

Plug your microphone XLR cables into the 9, 10, 11, and 12 inputs on the snake (All other inputs are taped off and not to be used except for A, B, C, and D). 
Then plug the corresponding XLR ends of the snake cables, 9, 10, 11, and 12 into the 4 mic inputs of the mixer (They are labeled! This order makes it easier to do live mixing when you get a sense of which mic is 1, 2, 3, or 4). 
(Optional) Plug A and B 1⁄4” ends into 7/8 on the mixer and use a stereo 1⁄4” to 1⁄8” cable for playing music from a device. Additionally, you can also use this to plug in instruments (plug A into line in 1-8), or another mixer (plug A and B into line in 3-8).




You can choose any of these effects, just make sure the “FX MASTER” knob is turned up as well as the orange FX knobs on the individual channels you want to have effects on. (If you are using a monitor do the same with the "FX to MON" and green FX knobs). 



Live Mixing Controls

Make sure your gain knobs are turned up to amplify the signal, but make sure it is not turned up too loud, (it may be noisy if turned up too loud). 

You control the level more with the faders at the bottom of the mixer.

You have individual channel control EQ with three ranges, low, mid, and hi.

You also have a stereo graphic EQ for the whole main mix or monitor mix.

You have individual channel control of panning as well, so you can control the channels in the left and right speakers.

  This allows you to monitor your levels, and mute all channels at once if needed.