AMM Scene scope – On/Off Status

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    Hey folks!

    Using AMM for a musical production to help manage 12 close proximity mics. I’ve got dialogue scenes where I want AMM on, then singing ensemble scenes where it’s better to be off. So I’ve scoped AMM in the scene recall.

    Kind of annoying though: that scopes the *entire* config of AMM, sans input assignments. IE – I have to go through every scene and set AMM up with the same settings for each On status, which is kind of a pain. It would be nice to have the scope split to 1) global AMM settings and 2) On/Off Status. Thoughts?

    Blessings,

    Richard

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    In that instance, I would run an entirely separate set of channels for each purpose. You can then EQ them differently, too!

    DC

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    I mean, you can easily scope EQ changes per scene, which I often will do for keyboard parts, and occasionally vox shifts. It seems a waste of channels for just a narrower on/off scope. That’s also a lot more to have to track in a big show, easy way to shoot yourself in the foot. I’d much rather just take a picture of my AMM settings and update scenes that didn’t get saved with those manually. (I also mapped on/off to a softkey, but it’s a heck of a lot more convenient to have it built into the scene when you’re doing five things at once.)

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    Though I might agree that it could have better scoping, I don’t agree with your reasoning. If you need to update multiple scenes, just use the update function.

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