Aux Mix Control, Muting, and FX for Mixing in the box…a few questions.

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  • #94862
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    arretx
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    As we’re mixing for our Sunday service, we’re wondering if the following is possible:

    Can we mute an input for a particular mix, or does mute simply mute the input altogether?

    We’re sending Mix Aux 1 to a camera input. That camera is delivering the mix back to OBS for streaming.

    Using the remote iOS app, I can control the levels on Aux Mix 1 without affecting the sound guy. He doesn’t even know it’s happening.

    But, if he mutes a microphone while mixing LR, it mutes my feed also.

    So that’s question 1.
    Question 2: Can I apply FX to Aux Mix 1 without affecting LR main?

    #94869
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    SteffenR
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    to do separetad mixes that are separetad in all aspects you need a real broadcast mixer with more than one mains or two completly seoparated mixers
    or… tada a dLive

    the dLive is able to handle up to four separated workplaces with separated mixes and solos in one S-class mixrack

    to handle it like the pro’s are dooing
    something like the Lawos or the Stagetec consoles are needed

    but compromises are possible

    #94879
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    Mike C
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    If you have the channel space available you could split all the channels you want to independently mute only in Aux 1.
    One side of the split would be for mains and any other Auxes.
    The other side would be dedicated to your Aux 1 feed.
    You would also have the added benefit of independent channel processing available for your Aux 1 feed.
    The split would take place in the input routing, you could have a layer of
    just the channels dedicated to the Aux 1 feed.

    Yes you could apply an processor to any channel and have it only return to Aux 1.
    Just think of the FX returns like you would any input channel.

    #95072
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    Maxdrums
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    OR YOU CAN SIMPLY UNASSIGN/ASSIGN THE CHANNEL FROM THE MAIN (WITH THE ASSIGN BUTTON) AND USE IT AS MUTE BUTTON

    #95080
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    SteffenR
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    OR YOU CAN SIMPLY UNASSIGN/ASSIGN THE CHANNEL FROM THE MAIN (WITH THE ASSIGN BUTTON) AND USE IT AS MUTE BUTTON

    we know that Jon is aware of that already
    the new information here is the possibility to split the inputs…

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