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  • #36179
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    jet1968
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    anyone know how to use the copy and paste function?, don’t see it in the manual. May want to use it for copying a channels settings or maybe just the EQ settings etc…

    thanks

    #36188
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    Nicola A&H
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    Make sure you have Issue 2 of the User Guide. You can download it here or from the Qu-16 product page on our main website. Copy/paste are described at page 24:

    Press + hold down one of these keys and then press another key or screen item to copy, paste or reset the related parameters. For example:
    Copy – Press Copy + a channel Sel key to select its processing to copy. Press Paste + another channel Sel key to paste the processing to that channel.

    You can copy just one processing block such as PEQ using its In key and then paste it into other channels using their strip Sel keys.

    Reset – Press Reset + a channel Sel to instantly reset its processing to factory default settings.

    The following Copy/Reset is supported:
    + Input strip Sel key = HPF, Gate, PEQ, Comp, Delay
    + Mix strip Sel key = PEQ, GEQ, Comp, Delay
    + HPF In key = HPF only
    + PEQ In key = PEQ only
    + Gate In key = Gate only
    + Comp In key = Compressor only
    + touch Scene item in list = Scene contents

    #36262
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    jet1968
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    Thanks Nicola, got the newer version of the manual now 🙂

    #41965
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    hurley
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    Finally… It wasnt in my manual either…. This is a very strange way to do this, very 90’s roland mixer like… I couldnt figure it out without this thread.

    #42082
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    BruceMc
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    Is it possible to copy the channel level mix from one mix to another?

    #42089
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    Nicola A&H
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    Yes, Press Copy + a Mix key to copy all contributions (sends) to that Mix. Press Paste + another Mix key to paste the sends to that Mix.

    #42102
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    BruceMc
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    Thanks Nicola.

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