Saving a group of channel settings

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  • #22775
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    Piehead
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    Hi again,

    I’ve been trying to do this for a while but I’m kind of stuck.

    I have complete band settings for the 3 different bands that we have. If band A are playing, I load up their settings from the scene library, if band C are playing I load up theirs. If however band A use band C’s drummer I have to first load up band A’s settings and then go to each channel in the drum kit (8 channels) and load up each one (kick, snare, hats etc. etc.). Is there a way that I can save just the 8 drum channels to a scene and then recall these so that they slot into a different band scene? I would like to load up band A (with the wrong drum settings) and then recall drum kit C. This would make things so much quicker.

    Thanks

    Piehead

    T112 + iDR48

    #28226
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    mumu
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    create a scene where only the channels you want are saved…lets say channel 1 to 10,
    open up scenes in editor select channel view (instead of processing view) there you can choose the channels 1-10 and save em,
    as you ,maybe,adjust over the show the gains of your channels,you have in editor also the possibility to “scene save” only the preamp settings (in our example you`ll take 1-10, scene safe means:the gains will be not included once you recall the scene.
    the “advanced” scene save can be found as well in the scenes window in editor.
    hope this helps

    cheers
    dave

    allen&heath iLive-144 /idr 64 / idr 48 (i am convinced audionate is not delivering coz i am a frank zappa fan)

    #28247
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    Piehead
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    Thanks,

    Tried that and it works just as you say. However, I had a call from one of my engineers yesterday saying that the group of (drum) channels that he loaded in did not come through the DCA that they are normally allocated to. I checked the show and scene that I had given him in editor and found no problem. I need to do this test again on the surface but it this normal and can it be avoided?

    Cheers [:)]

    Piehead

    T112 + iDR48

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