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Why did Bose remove reverb decay time setting from the new T4s

Donaldjon ·
I have had the ToneMatch T1 for years and just bought the ToneMatch T4s because it was touted as having better effects and more functionality. However I am really disappointed that they removed the ability to change reverb decay times from within the reverb type category. I use this function all the time when I am playing because different songs have different tempos. That was one of the best features on the T1. It is not just a one size fits all in plate, small, medium, large categories. I...
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Tonematch Setting for Epiphone Masterbilt Guitar DR-400

DMC ·
I just bought a new Epiphone Masterbilt Acoustic Electric Guitar and am having trouble finding the right Tonematch preset for it. I've already downloaded the Gibson preset from the Bose site but none of the presets match exactly. Thanks for any help. - Douglas
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

ST ·
Hi Graham, Thank you for joining the Community. Best wishes for the season. Here are two short videos that cover basics of setting up a microphone with the T1®. Set up my microphone with the T1 ToneMatch® audio engine T1® ToneMatch Presets, zEQ, and ParaEQ Set the ToneMatch Preset as described in the videos. In the videos, we're not using the Shure SM 58 or Shure Beta 58, so when you set the ToneMatch Preset set it for your microphone. Start with all the zEQ settings bypassed as described in...
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

wrahn ·
Thanks for the two videos, it really helped me get a better understanding of the tone match settings. As I now understand, when I set up my Electro-Voice N/D967, it's as if a sound engineer set up my N/D967 using my L1 Compact and my T1 to give it the best "voice". Am I correct? Thanks, Wes
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

ST ·
Hi Wes, Basically, yes. We have an article that describes what the ToneMatch Presets do for you . ToneMatch® Check it out. ST
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

Graham McAulay ·
Would be great to see what settings anyone is using on there tonematch, My problem is the sound is too tinny, wanting to acheive a more melow sound. setting eg for: zEQ, ParaEQ, Mod, Dwlay, Reverb and reverb type. Any suggested ideas woud be much appreciated. Graham
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

DrumrPete ·
Tinny sound is usually overcome by singing with lips touching the mic. The closer you get, the more bass response and warmth you will have. I do roll off 3-6db on the zEQ high frequency knob. I am sitting so close to my L1, it's necessary to keep feedback at bay.
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

Don B ·
I find the T1 presets for the Shure SM58 work just fine.
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Re: Microphone Settings for Shure 58

Graham McAulay ·
Thanks guys for the advice Graham
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Re: Why did Bose remove reverb decay time setting from the new T4s

ST ·
Hi Donaldjon, Welcome to the Bose Portable PA Community. Thanks for the great question. The decay time parameter is not gone, just expressed in a different way. First - have you updated your T4S to the latest firmware? T4S/T8S Firmware Update Instructions Bose addressed customer concerns about the reverb. T4S Reverb Time Parameter The T4S/T8S have a different reverb engine. The way the time value is expressed is different. T1 - time is expressed in milliseconds T4S Global Reverb Settings are...
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

ST ·
Hi Gerhard, Thank you for joining the Community. I am happy that you are here. I am sorry that I cannot reply to you in German. It sounds like you have accidentally used the Aux output instead of the Master output. I have done this too. A simple thing to fix once you figure it out. Does that help? ST
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

Gerhard_H ·
Ooops . . . Of course I had . . . Thx a lot !!!
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

ST ·
Great. Thanks for letting us know. I'm glad that all is well. ST
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

Gerhard_H ·
Hi, me again . . . Found some posting headers (replies I suppose) in my Pegasus Mail in the morning but accidentally I deleted them all . . . Therefore I am very sorry I can't reply to the people, shame on me ! Kind regards Gerhard
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

ST ·
Hi Gerhard, The emails you received were to notify you that people had replied to your posts. You have probably had a chance to read the replies by now. Follow this link to see all the recent activity here (including replies to you) . ST
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

Gerhard_H ·
THX a lot, ST, for kind help !
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

Seagullman ·
Hi Gerhard, ST, für die, die kein Englisch verstehen, übersetze ich was hier erzählt wurde. Es gibt viele die lesen aber nicht aktiv daran teilnehmen. ST hat darauf hingewiesen, dass Gerhard eventuell den Aux Ausgang (Statt Master Ausgang) am T1 benutzt hatte. Das würde tatsächlich zu Gerhard's Problem führen. Das kann jeder passieren im Eifer des Gefechts. Mir ist es auch passiert. Das Problem ist schnell gelöst, wenn Dir klar wird was passiert ist. Einfach umstecken, fertig. Genau das war...
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

Gerhard_H ·
Herzlichen Dank, Tony, für deine Mühe ! LG Gerhard
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Re: T1 - Master Volume wirkungslos

RF-Musiker/ Musician ·
Es ist leicht zu vewechseln, wenn ein Gerät klein ist. Hatte bei einer DI-Box ähnliches, Through und In verwechselt und kein Signal kam. Mir kommt eine Frage, für die ich kein neues Thema eröffnen will: Kann man 2 Tonematch-Module auch für Stereo nutzen?
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

el'häuser ·
Hallo RF-Musiker, danke für den Hinweis, ich wusste das bis heute nicht... die neuen Geräte sind auf der NAMM Show vorgestellt worden und kommen jetzt im Feb./März auf den deutschen Markt. Als bekennender T1 Tonematch Fan bin ich natürlich sehr gespannt, was die Mischer können. Allerdings hält sich meine Freude in Grenzen, das es sich anscheinend lediglich um ein upgrade des T1 handelt, mit mehr Eingängen (4 oder 8) und das ganze in Stereo. Der Rest wurde vom T1 übernommen, Ich hatte...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

Seagullman ·
Hallo Heinz. Im englischsprachigen Foren geht es natürlich mehr zur Sache, was die Neuheiten angeht. Ja, das scheint mehr oder weniger zu stimmen. Stereo ist für DJ's bestimmt nicht schlecht, aber ich kann mit mein T1 noch sehr gut leben. Auch hier würde ich dir zustimmen. Für kleine Mischpulte wie die T4S und T8S die so klein sind brauche ich keine Möglichkeiten Alles mit Tablet fernbedienen zu können solange ich mit L1 Systeme arbeite. Ich höre damit sowieso genau das was das Publikum hört...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

RF-Musiker/ Musician ·
Es muss ja nicht zwingend das Behringer Teil sein. Das würde am meisten punkten, wenn man auch gerne einen Exciter, 3D Effektprozessor und einen Vitalizer hätte. Von Soundcraft gibt es für lächerliche 255 EUR den UI12 Digitalmixer, der alles notwendige kann, sich mit jedem neueren PC, Mac und Tablet PC bedienen lässt, wenn dieser eben HTML 5 beherrscht, die 16 Kanalversion ist auch nur einen Tick teurer.
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

Seagullman ·
Du hast Recht Ronny. Es muss nicht zwingend irgendein Teil sein. Der Behringer bewegt sich allerdings in eine ähnliche Preiskategorie verglichen mit die neuen T-Serien, ist sogar teuerer. Dafür stellt es für meine Begriffe die T-Serien in den Schatten, wenn mann weißt damit umzugehen. Ich bin nicht ganz unbedarft in dieser Hinsicht. Das Behringer Mixer erfüllt auch professioneller Erwartungen und ist extrem vielfältig (z.B. viele Aux-wege für Monitoring, viele Signalprozessoren, Midas...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

RF-Musiker/ Musician ·
Vom UI 12 gibt es ja auch noch 2 etwas größere Versionen. Ansonsten ist das UI 12 eben etwas, wenn man eine kleine Band hat, die eine Drummaschine hat oder wo der Drummer E-Drums spielt und dann reichen 12 Kanäle schon. Die 16 und 24 Kanalversion ist dann schon mehr etwas für eine Band, mit Sicherheit hat das Behringer-Teil dem gegenüber mehr Vorteile, als dass Ultrafex und Edison eingebaut sind und man dann so auch ohne Kondensatormikrofon einer Geige Glanz geben kann. Tonematch ist eben...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

Seagullman ·
Was die Größe angeht muß ich dir Recht geben Ronny. Was der Preis angeht gibt es auch z.B. von Presonus den StudioLive 16.0.2 - 16 Kanal Digitalmischpult was bestimmt vielfältiger ist als das T8 im gleichen Preissegment, aber wie ich schon erwähnt habe muß man sich ein wenig mit Mischpulte generell auskennen. Hier ein wenig Info über den Presonus. https://www.musicstore.de/de_D...2/art-REC0008739-000 Für den weniger erfahrener Musiker haben die Bose Teile sicherlich Vorteile. Hätte Bose auch...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

RF-Musiker/ Musician ·
Musicstore ordnet Mischpulte irgendwie verkehrt ein. Das Presonus ist unter Mischpulte mit Firewire und das eine Tonematch als Analogmixer, muss man alles nicht verstehen. Dafür ermöglicht Thomann nicht, die Mischpulte, die zur Bedienung einen Computer brauchen, abzuwählen. Aber sowohl bei Musicstore, als auch Thomann kostet das einfachste Tonematch 399 EUR, der Bose T4S Mixer ist mit knapp 600 EUR auch das günstigste Digitalmischpult in Stereo, ein Digitalmischpult für über 800 EUR kann...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

el'häuser ·
Hallo Ronny und Tony! ich wollte jetzt keine hitzige Diskussion zwischen Euch entfachen, welcher digitale Stagebox-Mixer der beste ist oder das beste Preis-Leistungsverhältnis hat... Ich bin nach wie vor bekennender T1-Fan und begeisterter Anwender. Ich bin sicher, in einer 3-Mann Akustik-Combo gibts nix besseres! Was ich mit meinem Post sagen wollte, ist folgendes: Was Bose als Neuigkeit auf den Markt bringt ist lediglich ein Relaunch des T1 "in Stereo", nicht mehr und nicht weniger. Ich...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

Seagullman ·
Hallo Heinz, Für mich hast du das auch nicht. Und ich bin auch nach wie vor bekennender T1-Fan was die erste Generation angeht. Hier stimme ich dir auch voll und ganz zu. Was anderes habe ich auch weiterhin nicht behauptet und habe auch nur sagen wollen, dass die neue T-Mischpulte von Bose für mich zu wenig für viel Geld anbieten wenn ich eh viel tweaken muß um gute Klangergebnisse zu realisieren. Seitz Jahren fragen viele Users hier wegen Presets und seit 10 Jahren ist nichts Neues gekommen...
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

Seagullman ·
@R F-Musiker/ Musician Was der PresonusvStudioLive 16.0.2 angeht habe ich gesehen, dass der Produktion scheinbar eingestellt ist, also dieses Modell muss ich streichen. Es gibt sie vereinzelt noch zu kaufen aber es kommt nichts nach. Sorry, wenn es hierdurch zur Unklarheiten gekommen ist. Tony
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

RF-Musiker/ Musician ·
Der Preis von diesem Teil war ja auch sehr stark unter der Preisempfehlung und das ist immer dann der Fall, wenn ein Produkt Platz machen muss. Ich selbst liebäugle ja immer noch mit dem UI 12, da ja der Preis niedrig ist, ich eh einen Tablet-PC brauche und man sich an die Bedienung via Computer schon gewöhnen kann.
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Re: Neue Tonematch-Mixer

Seagullman ·
Da hast Du Recht. Ich habe allerdings gesehen, dass Thomann den Presonus StudioLive 16.0.02 für 1078€ im Angebot. Viel Pult für "relativ" wenig Geld, aber es hängt alles von deine Bedürfnisse ab. Wenn Du auch noch mit dem Rechner aufnimmst hat das Ding Riesenvorteile. Kann ich verstehen. Ich denke hier steht ein super Preis/Leistungsverhältnis im Raum, und ist quasi Stagebox und fern-bedienbarer Mixer in einem. Für das Geld kann man wahrscheinlich nicht Ballzuviel falsch machen.
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Re: Tone Match Settings for Vocals at Live Gigs

Seagullman ·
Hi agarza27, welcome to the forum. I regularly use a T1 + Compact with a Shure Beta 58A (I've also used an SM 58). I never have any problems with it sounding tinny. I take it that you mean a Shure SM58? Have you chosen the preset for that microphone? If so let me explain something about the microphone presets in the T1. The presets are EQ-settings which have been created for close-miking technique. This means that the microphone is very close to the lips (maybe even brushing the mesh with...
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Re: T4S Question: DJ/Playback setting

ST ·
Hi DMC, Press the middle button under the display (below where it says Muted ). That should open up the Mix and Bright options. Does that help? ST
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Re: Karaoke and the T8s anyone?

Colin ·
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Re: Karaoke and the T8s anyone?

ST ·
Hi MarkStar, Please tell us about your inputs and outputs and I'll try to help. Inputs: How many microphones? What make/model? What is the source of the Karaoke tracks? Please be specific. Outputs: Are you using L1®s, L1® Compacts, F1 Model 812s, S1 Pros? How many? Are you running stereo? Thanks, ST
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Re: Karaoke and the T8s anyone?

MarkStar ·
Running a software-based laptop karaoke program using song files from exterior HD. USB out from laptop. 2 Shure BLX88 Wireless mics 1 Shure QLXD4 wireless mic 2 OF 4 Possible GTD G-787 mics These all are SM58's. GTD Sound (some say) better. I am using 1 L1 model 2 with 1 B2 sub. I have been using a splitter on left right XLR outs into single XLR to quarter inch. If possible I would like to set it up as a single mono channel because the Bose does not do stereo. And I would like to set up...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

ST ·
Hi Derek, Nice to see you again. Here are a couple of videos to cover the basics. 1. Here's a quick video to help you to set the input trim for a microphone on the T1®. This is called Gain Staging. The same principles apply for an instrument or line level input. Set the source to the highest level that you will need during the show, and then set the input trim so that you get solid green, occasional yellow flickers, and never see red. 2. Here is a video to show you how to set the T1®...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Seagullman ·
You don't say which preset you're using. I take it you've selected the Shure SM58 preset. When I put an SM 58 through the T1 I use that preset and am happy with the sound. Sound can vary from location to location, but I've found that when I use an L1 system it doesn't affect the sound as much as with "normal" loudspeakers. This is probably due to the way there L1's disperse the sound. I would also use the zEQ when tweaking. The Para EQ only gives me the chance to tweak one particular...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Seagullman ·
Hi ST, I've just noticed that we were writing at about the same time. You've given a pretty deep explanation of most of the things which can be of help here. Thanks for the link to the thread with the talk between Mark (Le5) and Lucrecia . I was on holiday at the time and missed it. An interesting conversation. Tony
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Derek Jenkins ·
Hi, Thank you very much for this detailed response. Much to think about and learn. What I am trying to achieve is the best sound I can get from the system, rather than address a particular problem. I was thinking that perhaps someone has set their Zeq and Parametric Eq to certain levels which I could copy as a starting point. Very often at gig you doesn't get chance for a sound check other than saying "testing 1,2 " through the microphone. We put the L1 in front of us which means we don't...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Seagullman ·
Hi Derek, First of all let me say that you appear to live in a very nice part of the world. I'm originally from the Lake District but did my own personal "reverse Brexit" in 1977 when I moved to Germany where I've lived ever since. I did however spend the odd holiday on the South Coast of England and for someone who likes boats and the sea, Plymouth is a real must visit place and your neck of the woods seems to be near enough to visit but far enough away from the "madding crowd". Lovely. So...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Derek Jenkins ·
Hi Tony, its a great help, thanks very much. I placed the L1 in front of us because we tended to get feedback. This may have been because of the LR Bagges anthem pick up I have in my guitar which used a microphone, which I think may have interacted adversely with the my vocal mic. I have since replaced it with a passive system. I am going to try putting it to the side of us now and then try moving it behind us once I am comfortable with that. We play often in very small places and the column...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

ST ·
Hi Derek, The people at Bose engineered the ToneMatch Presets to give you that starting point you're looking for. You can read more about that here: ToneMatch The article starts with Here's an article about Microphone Feedback There is some overlap with ideas about gain staging (first video above) and EQ (second video above). It's very difficult to get the tone right when you can't hear yourself well. With the L1® in front of you, you will not be hearing the higher frequencies clearly. If...
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

ST ·
Hi Derek, We don't have any articles about using reverb or delay with the T1® but I did some hunting around. I found this article Reverb and Delay Tricks that covers some core ideas without getting bogged down in details for specific products. Get the gain staging and tone (the essentials) set up correctly before exploring effects. Have fun and please come back and tell us how you're doing. Thanks, ST
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Derek Jenkins ·
Thanks, extremely helpful, regards, Derek
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Re: Settings for Shure SM58

Seagullman ·
I suspected as much, but wanted to hear it from you. I didn't want to start complicating things unnecessarily, but it now has to be addressed. I've been using the Anthem since the year it first came out (2010 I think). I was one of the first in Germany to have one installed in a guitar. I had it on order before it was available here. I've been using it in conjunction with an L1 system since 2011. I've never had feedback problems with it that I couldn't control. I do however use a...
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Re: T1 settings

ST ·
Hi Bob, Thank you for joining the Bose Pro Portable Community. It's going to take some writing to address your questions so please check out this article. ToneMatch This explains what the ToneMatch Presets do. Here are a couple of essential videos. I'll be back soon with more. ST
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Re: T1 settings

ST ·
Hi again Bob, "Shure Sm86, Gibson j200 and j45, piezo on a floor tile. " Microphone For the Shure SM86 try these Presets with the zEQ and ParaEQ bypassed. Category: Vocal Mics Preset: Handheld Mics Category: Vocal Mics Preset: Shure SM58 Category: Vocal Mics Preset: Shure Beta 87 Find the Preset that sounds best to you and then tweak the sound with zEQ. I doubt you will need to do anything with the ParaEQ. Guitars For the Guitars, it sounds like your going to be happiest with one of these.
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Re: T1 settings

Bob 6 ·
Thanks for reply. The stuff on the videos is familiar, I can do all that ok. The tip about bypassing the presets is something I hadn't used before and is a useful feature. I've preferred everything flat so far but using the bypass feature I can more easily compare. I was asking about reverb and delay settings for vocals. The stomp I made myself and it works well with any amp or pa with treble and mid cut and bass boosted. It does sound more like a click than a thump when eq is flat. I...
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Re: T1 settings

ST ·
Hi Bob, For the stomp box Attenuate means to reduce, so we're carving away the sounds we don't want. I would start here: The Level is - 10.0 (minus ten). We're removing sound - turning down the tapiness. Freq is 150. The simulator I have won't do exactly 150 Hz (that's why it says 151). There's nothing exact about this. So you can move this value up and down. Width is 2.00 oct The simulator I have won't do exactly 2.00 oct (that's why it says 199). This means we're reducing the sound in the...
 
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