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  • #31513
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    Mario-Sigl
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    Hey,
    I also think, that it should be easy to realize, but I don’t know noting about programming at all.
    And I would definitly use this feature more frequently than I use some other features.
    @ dave:
    I do it this way too, but without messuring distances…
    I also Gang the channels for the left and right signal, so the EQing and stuff is easier.
    But as you have only a limited number of Gangs and for high numbers of inputs, this method is not very handy at all.

    Cheers,

    Mario

    #31514
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    Mr-B
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    The “Haas panning” would be a boon for very big wide stages for sure.
    Mario is correct on high channel count shows to split the input across 2 DSP channels would be a bit of a pain.

    We shall have to wait and see if father Christmas brings this new toy anytime soon[8D]

    #31644
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    clarocque
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    I read this suggestion on another forum… I love the idea…

    “Mix selection indication needs to be more obvious. Even after two years, I find myself adjusting a fader, realizing I was in the wrong mix. I think if you are in anything but the main mix it should flash all the mix lights or something.”

    #31648
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    vilddyr
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    GREAT F****G IDEA. I would love a clear indication of being in a different mix than Master.

    And the Haas panning, excellent stuff!!

    #31652
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    PeterM
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    quote:


    Originally posted by vilddyr

    GREAT F****G IDEA. I would love a clear indication of being in a different mix than Master.

    And the Haas panning, excellent stuff!!


    or have the input channel strip / tab change colour(s).

    Peter

    #31655
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    SteffenR
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    https://www.innovason.com/news-events/news/pandora.html

    more sophisticated version of Haas Panning

    SRV-AVB
    R-72, iDR-16, xDR-16, Dante

    #31663
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    Mr-B
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    Now that is interesting, would make my life a bit easier for sure.
    Sounds like a modification of the way the speaker processor works in the FX section of iLive I believe that is based on time algorithms but I am sure some one will correct me, any chance of it before mid November (this year)[:D]

    #31664
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    Albin
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    Am i wrong or has Studer brought something like that a couple of years ago for their Vista Consoles?

    #31666
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    kentlowt
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    a polarity switch in the aux output processing.

    112T/IDR48/IDR16

    #31900
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    kimaru
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    I’d love to see

    General
    – reset to default (center, zero)
    – “hold” function for all meeters, that keeps a light on the highest and alternatively average reached value (allways or for some seconds).
    – choose sidechain from all channels
    – use sidechain/ducking on groups, fed from inputs or other groups
    – just 1 fader for main out with pan and mybe sub drive
    + 1 for szene fading/blending
    + 1 for guitar/bass … tuner
    + 1 for auto archive facility so that you dont lose everything by mistake
    +1 for audio file playback
    +1 for android app
    +1 for “locked scenes”

    MIDI
    Receive Midi Clock for FX settings (modulation, delay etc.) and scene fading

    FX
    – phaser effect
    – DJ freeze and spin effects

    DCA
    – POST fader option for DCA (so that aux monitors are not affected)

    Editor
    – enter values via keyboard (not only by mousemove)
    – changing values with the mousewheel
    – docking windows
    – free assignable shortcuts for editor

    I really love the i.Live system!

    #31902
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    tk2k
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    What do you mean by DCA post, and how it effects monitors? Do you mean groups?

    iDR-48, T-112, Mixpad
    College

    #31904
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    kimaru
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    Oh I’m sorry for that! Seems my keyboard did some silly things. Please simply ignore that DCA post line [:I]

    Now what I ment is this:

    – DCA on aux and groups

    because: People love to have a kind of personal monitoring. It is very nice to tell them “do it yourself” especially to this inEar guys. But most time 64 inputs and even more groups is to much for them to handle. So I’d love to have kind of “me and the rest” mix, with one fader “me” and just one fader “the others”. This should make everybody happy. Groups can do this in a way, but I allways loose busses if I do that.

    I also had another Idea to make things much easier for personal monitoring for people that are no pros. They tend to allways turn everything up, but never down. they say: I’m not loud enough and turn themselfes up. They dont turn the others down then.
    therefore It would be nice to have aux VCA as percentage faders. When turning a fader up the others automatically turn down, allways keeping the overall 100% volume. Users should never be able to make it clip this way.

    – Adding a max levels value they cant go beyond should also prevent people form making everything clip.

    thanks :)

    Kimaru

    #31920
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    kimaru
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    And here is another stupid idea ;)

    – It would be fantastic if you could change the order of processors freely . (eg. comp after eq to eq first, deesser first then comp).

    Just a suggestion. No idea I this can be done.

    Thanks A&H :)

    #31922
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    tk2k
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    quote:


    Originally posted by kimaru

    And here is another stupid idea ;)

    – It would be fantastic if you could change the order of processors freely . (eg. comp after eq to eq first, deesser first then comp).

    Just a suggestion. No idea I this can be done.

    Thanks A&H :)


    If this could be done (which im sure it can, the dsp is so flexible as it is) why would you want it to be done? Also that’ d really miess with the superstrip

    iDR-48, T-112, Mixpad
    College

    #31923
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    kimaru
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    Well,

    I’d sometimes love to put eq after comp. This might be the most important one. Compressed eq can be desireble, but I think that acoustic guitar for example can sound much more open with eq not compressed.

    I’d like to compress the acoustic guitar for more sustain and then eq it in the most open and exiting way.

    Does that make sence? ;)

    Kimaru

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