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  • #68538
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    Skal
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    Hello everebody. I’m a French FOH technician (so please forgive me for my bad English!), I worked on GLD and now on Ilive 144 with IDR10. It sounds great but I wonder about details: Can anyone explain to me why there are 4 USB ports? Is it possible to record directly the LR master on the USB key, like with the GLD? Is there a way to block the touch screen that can be oriented? Can I change the unit of delay from ms to BPM?
    Maybe I will be back for more questions…

    Thanks a lot

    #68572
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    KB7981
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    USB ports would be for archiving shows and data as well as for use of a mouse and keyboard to data entry for scenes if one would like to do so.

    No, it is not possible to record to audio to a USB key. Would be nice, but that was implemented after the iLive series.

    Sorry, I don’t understand what you are asking from your question about “is there a way to block the touch screen that can be oriented”.

    As far as changing delay from ms to bpm, I would have to look, but I don’t remember seeing that option.
    There is the ability to tap the screen and set the delay to match the rate of the tap (beat).

    #68573
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    Mark Oakley
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    Tap Tempo can be done on the Touchscreen directly on the Delay tempo or assigned to a Soft Key, both on the surface or in iLive Editor.

    -Mark

    #68575
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    Skal
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    Thank you for your answers.
    I know that I can assign the tap tempo on a soft key or just tap the screen, it’s just that I had habits on GLD!…
    The touch screen can move and be oriented on my Ilive144, but I can’t block it. It could have been useful in case of glowing reflection.
    I’ve got another question: do you think it is possible to use the input card of the surface for the talkback, how can I route the signal to the monitor console (we use a Ethersound card)?
    Thanks a lot

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