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    I have been analog for the last 30 years and have finally moved up from the GL3300 to the GLD 80. Slowly but surely getting my head round it but having a little problem understanding how to group channels to a group so I can then use the graphic to notch out before sending to the main. I know the eq on each channel is available and very good but whe you have 8 or 10 table mics for a conference I find that splitting them into smaller groups and using the geq helps a lot.
    Hope I explained myself ok and hope someone can point me in the right direction.

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    I believe you do as with analog desk- route channels to group. Unassign them from main buses (while in main mix hold asign button and press appropriate channel mix button) and asign them to group.


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