DCA Spill Fader Placement

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  • #104999
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    Dusty T
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    I would love a way, when spilling DCA’s on a C1500, to chose the slot the DCA master fader will occupy instead of staying where it is. I find it mildly inconvenient that I’ve got a DCA master in the middle of my DCA members.

    Additionally, I’d still love to see spill on groups as well.

    Cheers!

    #105004
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    Raphael Becker-Foss
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    +1 🙂

    #105008
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    Edoardo
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    +1 for this, the SQ DCA spill places the DCA on the far right fader of the bank, it would be great to have that as a DCA option in the Surface menu

    #105025
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    SteffenR
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    I would recommend to use soft keys for the DCA’s Mix button…
    It could place the DCA Master to the right border and has some more useful options…
    and you can ban the DCA itself from the surface… to save space

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    #105029
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    Dusty T
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    That’s definitely one solution, but I’m pretty shy on soft keys by the time I have my 6 mix keys for monitors, a couple mute groups, some “pop groups” for non mixing things, snapshot control, and tap tempo button.

    #105076
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    SteffenR
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    Don’t be shy, it doesn’t bite… 😉

    You can save different soft key settings in scenes…

    #105121
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    Dusty T
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    unfortunately it’s kind of a need them there all the time sort of deal, not something that really changes per song.

    #105128
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    SteffenR
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    you can use scenes for settings… not restricted to song based recall

    maybe one user key setting scheme for sound check with the aux mix buttons on the keys and one for the show where this changes to the DCA mix buttons…
    and you can toggle between two settings with a softkey as well

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