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Re: DOES YOUR TOURING RIG DIFFER FROM YOUR HOME RIG?
On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 10:37 PM, Sjaak <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Per Wrote:
>> If using a transformer, make sure the delivered current (measured in
>> "watt") is enough to support the total "watt consumption" of
>> all gear you plan to run of that transformer.
> Thanks for the info Per. What are you using btw?
Nothing. None of my gear have a voltage problem regarding at what side
of the Atlantic it's at.
I keep two kinds of fuses for the FCB1010 pedal though. To make it
ready for "the other side's" voltage level I turn the input block
upside down and change the fuse accordingly (well explained in the
manual). The laptop also adapts to whatever voltage I feed it. As for
my EWI and Faderfox hand controller I run them on batteries on the
road. My soundcard + mic amp, the RME FireFAce400, gets its power
supply from the MacBook through the firewire cord. My mic for
sax/flute/voice gets its phantom power from the FF400 input 1, EWI
synth lined into FF400 input 3, the electric guitars lined into FF400
input 4, EWI virtual MIDI synths played by a MIDI cord into the FF400
MIDI input 2 while the Berhinger FCB + Faderfox goes into MIDI input
1. So there is one mic input left that I can use to bring in a co
player's signal for looping in my rig.
Greetings from Sweden