ACTIONS – panning/fader boost

Forums Forums dLive Forums dLive feature suggestions ACTIONS – panning/fader boost

This topic contains 5 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of aisle-6 aisle-6 1 week, 4 days ago.

Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #123192
    Profile photo of aisle-6
    aisle-6
    Participant

    I have a killer macro on S6L that I would love to implement on my D-Live. I use the macro to control a stereo guitar channel. The one button press does the following.
    1. Pans the stereo guitar channels to centre
    2. Lifts the faders 3db relative to their current position

    Then a secondary button press does the reverse.
    1. Pans the stereo guitar channels to hard left and right
    2. Drops the fader 3db relative to their current position

    In effect I am using one button press for solos and a secondary button press to resume rhythm again.

    #123203
    Profile photo of RS
    RS
    Participant

    Volume changes can only be set to a absolute value, it seems. Adding relative values here would help in a lot of respects.
    And adding pan to actions would be necessary as well.

    Altough all this can be done recalling a scene (when bringing a DCA into account), the Actions route seems much more streamlined to me.

    so a +1 for relative send level changes and bringing pan into the Actions list from my side.

    #123234
    Profile photo of Raunoa
    Raunoa
    Participant

    +1

    I tried to use Action toggle specifically for solo purposes to increase and pan a solo instrument while simultaneously decreasing and panning other instruments, but sadly it was not possible.

    #123260
    Profile photo of aisle-6
    aisle-6
    Participant

    I only use D-Live and S6L and the macro on the S6L is killer. Makes such a streamlined workflow for rhythm to solo and back again with one simple button press. The relative level is critical for this action and a really sophisticated workflow. Makes mixing the rock band I tour with so easy.

    #123325
    Profile photo of Dave
    Dave
    Participant

    You could use actions to toggle a “Guitar Action” DCA between 0 and +3dB. Obviously since it burns a DCA that’s not as nice as being able to just do relative level adjustments, but as long as you have enough DCAs for it I don’t see why it wouldn’t work.

    #123729
    Profile photo of aisle-6
    aisle-6
    Participant

    Although I could do the boost part on a DCA it is essential to add the pan feature.

Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.