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  • #50964
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    Hawk
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    Anything new inside?

    #50967
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    GCumbee
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    Spectra graph but biggie is 4 mono/7 stereo mon mixes.

    #50970
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    [XAP]Bob
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    Spectra graph?

    #50971
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    [XAP]Bob
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    Extra mixes instead of groups

    #50975
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    Hawk
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    Oh, I meant hardware wise inside

    #50978
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    Doesn’t look like it – ability to use groups as mixes is good software update, spectrograph is excellent!

    #51004
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    eotsskleet
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    Waiting for v1.9 when we can use stereo mixes as groups or matrixes (would be awesome for Qu-16 user!)

    #51016
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    Stonepiano
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    1.8 seems to address the “more monitor mixes”- issue by assigning groups to mixes- why not give us mono-ability on actual mix-sends?
    Who needs a spectrogram, anyway? And I happen to like those rubbery pots.

    #51025
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    [XAP]Bob
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    NICE idea for 1.9 there 😉

    Spectrograms are useful to a significant number of people, but I do agree re the pots – will the non chrome version still be available?

    #51111
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    David J.
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    I think that chrome edition it’s the same processor, DSP, only new face like GLD chrome edition, isn’t it?

    Btw, spectrograph still not available, at the moment?

    #51127
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    Stonepiano
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    Don´t know about all this “chrome”- stuff… why have highly reflective surfaces on the console? In certain lighting-environments it can be a distraction to not only the operator, but to an audience-member also. Just thinking…

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