Bypassing Input Processing to Monitors

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    Joshua.pearsaul
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    Hello!

    I have been trying to find a solution to our particular situation by searching in the forums, but haven’t seen this issue come up.

    Some of my players have very specific settings on their instruments and want to hear the raw sounds they create in the monitors. From what I know so far, I wasn’t able to find a way to bypass the input processing without affecting every mix. Tie-lines might be the answer (the concept is still a little above my head), and I intend on trying that soon to see if it would fix the issue, but if I am missing an easier solution to do this I would love to know.

    Thank you again for any help!

    -Joshua

    #101576
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    You can setup the tappoint for each aux mix individual, that means that e,g the aux mix for the guitar player is set to post gain, without channel processing, all input signals will be sent to that aux mix without any processing. Anouther aux mix can be set to post EQ, for instance.

    If you want to send only particular channels without processing to some aux mixes, you also can assign the same input socket to two channels, one with processing for main mix and aux mixes with processing, the other without any processing for that aux mix which should be fed with the unprocessed signal.

    #101577
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    If You prefer direct output for each instrument, You can select source point for this on input strip (globally) – see picture.
    Of course, You can also go way descriped by Mfk0815 – split one input to two stripes, and each strip with independent processing….

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    Great! Thank you!

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