Blocking LR Mix from a user

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    Hello! I know this has been talked before but I would like to see anything has changed since that last post was made. But the rundown is that we have a laptop for the broadcast mix controlling an aux send for the broadcast because our budget hasn’t opened up for another SQ6. But the problem is that even I forgot to change mixes and then the broadcast mixer starts touching FOH things. Is there any way to block it? Or could that be in an update to add that in the permissions tab? Thanks!

    -Adam (Nudgy)

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    Create a new user called ‘broadcast’
    Give them permissions to edit mix 12 (or whatever it is) and whatever other things you want them to be able to do.

    Unfortunately, the permissions isn’t as granular as dLive and you can’t individually control which channels and processing the broadcast mixer can do.

    For instance, they might want to EQ a double patched kick drum and vocal mic for broadcast. Allowing access on the user profile to input processing will give them access to all of the channels, which will then be editing FOH.

    An alternative to a mix output would be to send USB audio from tie-lines to reaper or similar and do a mixdown in the computer for broadcast.

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    Mike C

    You could set up the monitor mix app for the person mixing the broadcast.
    SQ 4YOU is the name of it.
    That will only allow them to control the mix levels and output processing of the
    mix that is feeding the broadcast/live stream.

    I’ve set up a couple QU systems doing the same thing with the QU monitor mix app.

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    what software are you using in the laptop to do streaming?

    Our software does not let the livestream guy diddle with the Qu settings.
    Seems to be a laptop software issue. How would SQ be different?

    We set up a mix for him at soundcheck and then leave it frozen unless he asks for another change.

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