Can't assign stereo aux to ME-500 single button

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  • #83879
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    Sonji
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    I using ME-500 with dLive C3500.
    Mono and Stereo input channel’s Direct Out to ME-500 works fine.
    But stereo aux channel to ME-500 single button doesn’t work.

    ex) Toms, OverHead & Ride, Back Vocals

    #83882
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    Nicola A&H
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    Hi Sonji,

    On the ME tab of the I/O screen, you can touch any of the output sockets on the top to link odd/even output pairs, so that they will be seen as a stereo source in the ME-500 or ME-1.

    #83946
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    Sonji
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    Thanks for reply. Nicola.

    I’d like to use it as follows. But It doesn’t work.

    ME Button – Source – Out Type
    1 – Kick – Mono Input Direct Out
    2 – Snare – Mono Input Direct Out
    3 – HiHat – Mono Input Direct Out
    4 – Toms – Stereo Aux Out
    5 – OH&Ride – Stereo Aux Out
    6 – Keyboard 1 – Stereo Input Direct Out
    7 – Keyboards – Stereo Aux Out
    8 – Bass – Mono Input Direct Out
    9 – E.GT – Mono Input Direct Out
    10 – A.GT – Mono Input Direct Out
    11 – Saxophone – Mono Input Direct Out
    12 – Lead Vocal – Mono Input Direct Out
    13 – Back Vocals – Stereo Aux Out
    14 – Speechs – Mono Aux Out 1
    15 – Talkbacks – Mono Aux Out 2
    16 – Click – Mono Input Direct Out

    I Assigned ME Output on I/O Screen.

    1 – Kick (Kick Channel Direct Out)
    3 – Snare (Snare Channel Direct Out)
    5 – HiHat (HiHat Channel Direct Out)
    7 – Tom L (Stereo Aux 3 L)
    8 – Tom R (Stereo Aux 3 R)
    9 – OH&RIDE (Stereo Aux 4 L)
    10 – OH&RIDE (Stereo Aux 4 R)
    11 – Keyboard 1 (Keyboard Channel L)
    12 – Keyboard 1 (Keyboard Channel R)
    13 – Keys (Stereo Aux 5 L)
    14 – Keys (Stereo Aux 5 R)
    15 – BASS (Bass Channel Direct Out)
    17 – E.GT (E.GT Channel Direct Out)
    19 – A.GT (A.GT Channel Direct Out)
    21 – Saxophone (Saxophone Channel Direct Out)
    23 – Lead Vocal (Lead Vocal Channel Direct Out)
    25 – Back Vocals (Stereo Aux 6 L)
    26 – Back Vocals (Stereo Aux 6 R)
    27 – Speechs (Mono Aux 1 Out)
    29 – Talkbacks (Mono Aux 2 Out)
    31 – Click (Click Channel Direct Out)

    #83949
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    Nicola A&H
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    Hi Sonji,

    What mixer are you using?
    In general, you can only link odd/even pairs. Even when you skip an output (e.g. output 2 in the configuration above), the ME will see your Snare as source #2, HiHat as source #3, therefore a stereo pair on source #4/5 would not work. I suggest you reshuffle your patch as follows: click, kick, snare, hihat, so that all of the stereo pairs are odd/even sources.

    You might also want to have a look at the ME-1, which allows more flexible mapping to the 16 keys including groups of channels, saving precious aux mixes on your console!

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