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Subject: Express Help!


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Original Message 1/2             29-May-14  @  07:16 AM   -   RE: Express Help!

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Hi! I'm having a youth camp for my church, and I don't have access to the venue anymore until the date itself which is on 3rd June 2014. There's going to be a high praise session and I don't want to mess that up and my problem is, the mixer is in a booth directly next of the stage, so I can't hear properly what the congregation is hearing. So I need a way to place my own mixer (not the existing mixer) to somewhere else preferably laterally further from the existing booth. is there a way to do that? Maybe signal into the booth's mixer, then out into mine? is that possible? and how?



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Message 2/2             31-May-14  @  01:05 PM   -   RE: Express Help!

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splitter cables at the main mixer and then a multicore to your second mixer'll do it

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