EscapeRocks Posted September 21, 2013 Share Posted September 21, 2013 I Know I like seeing others stage rigs as it give me ideas. So, here's some pics of my current stage setup. Korg M50-61 and Yamaha MOX8. My self done custom paint job on the M50 has held up well to all the outdoor gigs this past summer. http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/rig1_zps2c50edc7.jpg iPad2 wifi only 16gb. Using Alesis ioDock as interface. This shot shows Korg iPolySix. http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/rig2_zps1d7bb269.jpg Another shot showing Galileo organ app. http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/rig3_zps98278f2e.jpg Front of rack with Power supply, Samson SM-10 line mixer, Shure wireless in-ear transmitter, and guitar wireless receiver. http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/rig4_zps6aa7ef83.jpg Back of rack with patch panel. I also got a blank panel and some BNC panel connectors, drilled some holes, and mounted the guitar wireless antennas on the outside. Much better reception. http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/rig5_zpsaa263a1e.jpg Not shown are my Alesis Vortex or Roland Ax "keytars." Also not shown is my Digitech RP500 effects pedal for my guitar. Here's how my system is wired up: I use a 20 foot snake from Redco. That way I can move the rack further away, depending on stage configuration. I run MOX8 MIDI out to M50 MIDI in. The iPad is controlled by the M50 via standard MIDI. I use the MOX8 in Master Mode to ease patch changing. One button press and both the MOX8 and M50 change. I use two FC7 foot pedals, one each for MOX and M50. I have one FC3 sustain pedal into MOX. I also have a simple footswitch into the M50 that is set to latch sounds. Audio out from the iPad dock runs through the audio in on my MOX8. I use the iPad as the sound module for my Vortex when I bring it out. When I do, I use a Midi Solutions 2 In 1 Out Merge box so both the M50 and Vortex are hooked up to the iPad. When I use my Roland Ax, I only use internal sounds. That's what the "keytar" jack is for on the back of my rack I send to FOH from my rack. I also take the Monitor out of the mixer into my in ear wireless. FOH then gives me another line for the rest of the band hooked into the wireless transmitter. This way I can control my keys volume in my ears separately from the rest. This works great for me. Well, that's pretty much it. It's actually a very simple setup, and load in and load out is a breeze. After all that, it lets me do this at places like House of Blues http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/312311_10151523474816689_1884990800_n_zps9c7491b4.jpg http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/_MG_2647-XL_zpsfcb5592c.jpg http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh58/escaperocks1/vortcactus_zpsc654c343.jpg David Gig Rig:Roland Fantom-08| Yamaha MODX+ 6 | MacBook Pro 14" M1| Mainstage Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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