What is the difference between wedge and aux?

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    Newbie. On our A&H GL3300, you use AUX for monitors sends. I thought that’s what I should do with the GLD. But now I see these things called wedges and IEM, are they special AUXs?

    Rick Kohrs
    Good Shepherd Lutheran Church – West Campus
    Verona, WI

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    Originally posted by GSLC-Tech

    Newbie. On our A&H GL3300, you use AUX for monitors sends. I thought that’s what I should do with the GLD. But now I see these things called wedges and IEM, are they special AUXs?

    Rick Kohrs
    Good Shepherd Lutheran Church – West Campus
    Verona, WI


    FYI you are in the wrong forum, you are in the iLive, not the GLD section.

    IEMs and Wedes are ways of assigning mix for a dual-listen function setup, where the mix engineer has both IEMs and Wedges, so he or she can listen to the wedge mixes in the wedge, and IEMs in his IEMs.

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