TC Mimiq in X Slot

  • so I got my mimiq today, and it set up quick with your help with what I read here. I go direct out into the mimiq then stereo into return and alternative input.


    I run to a PA then and pan the channels hard L/R .


    My dumb question is now if I play live do I have to tell the sound guy to pan the channels too? 😅

  • Yeah- you need to tell them that you're in true stereo, and ask nicely to pan hard left / right.

    Note- this has nothing to do with the Mimiq, you would need to do this regardless.


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  • Dont forget to try running the Mimiq IN FRONT of the kemper and compare. Its a fat sound when used in Front.


    Ash

    Have a beer and don't sneer. -CJ. Two non powered Kempers -Two mission stereo FRFR Cabs - Ditto X4 -TC electronic Mimiq.

  • thanks for your quick reply mollydyer!


    Ashtweth you mean in front and mono into kemper? By now in loop I liked it best with a mix of 65%. I will have to compare a few settings. Love the idea of using it with morphing.

  • Yes My Friend, mono in front, you should see how fat it sounds through the mission cab (comes out in stereo as it's a stereo cab ).

    I Run both kempers this way( Mimiq in front of both at once) fattest sound i have ever heard.


    Ash

    Have a beer and don't sneer. -CJ. Two non powered Kempers -Two mission stereo FRFR Cabs - Ditto X4 -TC electronic Mimiq.

  • so I got another Idea. Sure it would sound best to use two amps with the mimiq.


    But I use it in the loop so would it make sense to put a cab simulator pedal like the mooer radar in the loop too for one signal way? Or maybe just a eq pedal like boss GE7?


    I want it to sound like two amps that are slightly different so the sound gets fatter when activating the loop without using another external Amp

  • An ADT pedal can sound great in the loop. Here's a video I did and some audio clips.


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