Hugh Robjohns wrote:manleyelop wrote:Much appreciated i would have really enjoyed that...
The beauty of the SOS forums is that we have kind and helpful folk all over the place! Calling members in the Yorkshire area... Eh up lads! Anyone able to help out? :-)iv'e always struggled with grasping manuals im smart but i have to work very hard at taking info in from them hence all the questions.
I get that. Most manuals assume a certain level of background knowledge and a prescribed way of thinking, and unless you're on the same wavelength as the writer than can seem rather mysterious sometimes -- especially when it comes to the more obscure functionality.
It may help to read a more generalised approach to live sound equipment, and then see if that helps you to translate and understand the specifics of the MZ3/4 manuals.
Paul White's The SOS Guide to Live Sound is very readable and would provide a good grounding of most mixer concepts.
... and it's currently on offer from the SOS shop! :lol:
Thanks Hugh ive used the desk many times but it's the smaller detail that frustrates me usually & with me being so interested that just adds to the frustration some manuals speak my language & others make no sense to me lol im more practical & grasp things when shown & when i can ask questions here & there.looks like the book is out of stock lol