Bug in 1.4.4. when changing scenes

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  • #89727
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    Andre S
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    Hi guys,

    i found a bug in 1.4.4. when changing scenes.

    When changing a from a scene where on a channel 48V is off to a scene where 48V on that same channel is on, the gain is peaking shortly a cause a short feedback.

    Cheers,
    AndreĀ“

    #89742
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    Steffen R
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    if you switch the phantom power on it always peaks a moment

    #89744
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    volounteer
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    @SteffenR

    ???

    Our phantom power is always on for any mike that needs it.
    How would changing scenes turn phantom power off or on?

    @andre S
    Sounds like the scenes all need phantom on initially to avoid the problem.

    #89772
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    Steffen R
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    How would changing scenes turn phantom power off or on?

    if it’s saved to the scene like that, as mentioned above

    #89773
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    volounteer
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    @SteffenR

    Ours does not do that.
    Why doesn’t having the phantom power on for each scene not turn it on or off when you change scenes?

    I can see problems if the phantom power was off in some scenes and on in others.

    #90301
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    PBo67
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    I saw the same experience, and also thought it was related to version 1.4.4. However I realized that the scene which had more than 48V, did not have the good gain either. However I remembered that modifications were made on these scene, but WITHOUT STAGEBOX connected. And there indeed the scene is memorized WITHOUT 48V and a gain not in conformity. And so it will not be restored when we reconnect the STAGEBOX.

    #90302
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    Steffen R
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    if no stagebox is connected how should the system know the right gain?

    #90303
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    PBo67
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    Sure, but we could have imagined that the gain and the 48V command be memorized in the scene, stagebox connected or not.

    #90309
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    KeithJ A&H
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    Hi @PBo67,

    Preamp control (48V, PAD and Gain) are remote controls for the analogue preamp (pre-AD-conversion).
    These are not a part of channel processing, and belong to each socket, rather than each channel.
    Therefore, you would need to have the expander connected to set these – you couldn’t for example switch an input source to local, set the gain and then switch the source to an expander and have the same gain.

    A scene will store all preamp settings, but again, the setting is socket based.
    In fact, there are up to 33+128+128=289 preamp settings for an SQ-7!

    Thanks,
    Keith.

    #90324
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    PBo67
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    Hi Keith,

    I don’t really understand this story of an expender !
    moreover, unfortunately, there is NO expander on the SQ.
    On other consoles, analog gain is one of the parameters memorized in the scene WITHOUT stagebox connected.

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