Any value to IEM and Wedge strips?

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  • #53622
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    beartech
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    I am running ME-1’s to the stage so I don’t need an IEM or wedge. Is there some way to reclaim these busses ? I still don’t seem to have enough. The real problem is more outputs than busses. Why do sub groups eat up OUTPUTS? I’m just dumping them back to the Main mix.

    #53623
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    Chris93
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    They aren’t actually busses, they’re a dynamic output patch for the PAFL signal. Subgroups eat up mix outs because of the processing available on them, and they do output a signal to wherever you route them to, be that an XLR socket or another mix. Actually patching a signal to an output isn’t too much of a strain on the desk, it has more than 20 male XLRs.

    Chris

    #53624
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    Chris93
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    Nicola gave me a good tip a couple of years ago about patching the IEM strip to the headphone output to provide a mute button for the headphones, I was having an issue with hearing bleed through them and it was easier to hit the IEM mute button (on a softkey) than to turn the knob up and down each time.

    Chris

    #53625
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    GCumbee
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    I have to use IEM as a control room monitor for TV mix projects. Just wish the GLD had equivalent to Alt out on QU.

    #53629
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    plevrier
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    you can make alt out with a matrix output ? just route Main to it on pre fader. works fine

    #53633
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    GCumbee
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    But I need PFL for a control room feed.

    #53637
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    plevrier
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    you can patch pfl to any output in the I/O screen ? I am sure I am missing the purpose how you are using the gld.

    #53638
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    GCumbee
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    Just like a CR output on a recording console. I need a stereo out with level control that will PFL to solo inputs.

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