Can you reassign DCAs on SQ?

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  • #101455
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    Sxyn
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    When I recently worked with SQ5 I thought it would be good to have one fader to control mutiple channels, so I started informing about DCAs.
    At some point I wondered if you could change the layer and fader your DCA is lokated.

    For example, your DCAs are lokated on Ip 30-38 and you want to put them to Ip 3, 5, 9,…

    I found no explaination in the manual or any tutorial, so I´m asking here:

    Is it possible to change the fader of a DCA, and if so, how?

    #101456
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    Mike C
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    In the processing or routing screen you can assign any channels to any of the 8 DCA groups in any combination.

    The DCA master faders can be placed in any of the operation layers.

    The layer that a DCA fader is assigned to has nothing to do with the channels or mixes
    that are controlled by that DCA.

    #101462
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    Sxyn
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    Thanks for your reply, I know how DCAs work, but I couldn‘t figure out, how to reassign the DCA-Master to another fader. Can you give a more detailed explanation of how to assign the masters?

    #101463
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    MarkPAman
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    Rather than writing a lot here, have a look at section 12.1, on page 69 of the reference guide.

    By luck, the picture there actually shows a DCA being added to a new location.

    #101464
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    Mike C
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    Apply DCA masters to the fader layers is the same process as assigning any input channel ect. to a fader on a layer.

    Go to the set up strip surface menu, pick the layer you want, pick the control you want to assign to the layer control fader and drag and drop them into place.

    #101465
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    Sxyn
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    I think I got it now, thanks a lot for your quick help.

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