Double patching inputs

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  • #23492
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    kmoor
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    Maybe I’m just missing it, but on a Yamaha I can patch an input to multiple channels. I want to have the same mic on one channel that will be feeding the monitors with one set of dynamics and on another channel feeding the mains with different dynamics.

    Is this possible?

    #32516
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    Chris93
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    Easy, there’s nothing stopping you from using choosing the same input socket for multiple channels.

    Select, processing, preamp, input socket.

    Chris

    #32517
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    kmoor
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    That didn’t seem to work last night. The new channel grabbed the input socket, but the replaced the original channel with something else. Looked like a montor socket.

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    AR84

    #32520
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    quote:


    Originally posted by kmoor

    That didn’t seem to work last night. The new channel grabbed the input socket, but the replaced the original channel with something else. Looked like a montor socket.

    GLD 80
    AR2412
    AR84


    Now I’m confused… were you trying to do this in the I/O patch menu, or in channel processing?

    #32526
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    TO clarify, I’ve always used the channel processing to patch inputs and the I/O page to patch outputs. Are there better ways to do these? In particular I’d like to patch outputs from the mix processing screen.

    I patch inputs from the channel processing partly so that I don’t need to remember which DSP channel is which if I’ve strip-assigned things around.

    Chris

    #32529
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    quote:


    Originally posted by Chris93

    TO clarify, I’ve always used the channel processing to patch inputs and the I/O page to patch outputs. Are there better ways to do these? In particular I’d like to patch outputs from the mix processing screen.

    I patch inputs from the channel processing partly so that I don’t need to remember which DSP channel is which if I’ve strip-assigned things around.

    Chris


    I think patching inputs from channel processing is the only way to do double-patching.

    On the other hand, I don’t believe I’ve seen any way to patch outputs from the mix processing screen… admittedly I’m in a fixed-install (church) environment where we do our best to never, ever, change our output patching.

    #32530
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    It seems strange not to have an output socket selection box in the mix processing screen.

    Chris

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