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  • #100993
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    peter
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    Hi there, I would get a function for set a minimun od delay for mute button. This because in a big corporate event, we need multiple sends (translations, back-stage, recording, audio for video rec, satellite, straeming an more. So one time setting the ratio of auxs sends, (in pre fader set), I can leave the set of channel without modifying the main fader. I can do the same wit the mute button, but the cut is too much fast, and is not so good, because it’s too much audible. I prefer something of more sofy, almost like a fader in and fader off. Thank you.

    #101051
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    Wolfgang
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    Mute means mute and must go quickly.

    You could create a scene here in which only the required channels are brought down to zero.
    The scenes can be set with a freely adjustable recall time, so that your faders go down in the desired time.

    I haven’t tried it yet, but it should work like that.

    #101087
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    ioTon
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    You mean some thing like this?
    Maybe A&H should offer some OSC support for their products.
    Then it would be easier for some great and genius people to create such “useful” tools for A&H products…
    But it seams this wouldn’t be…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KrnkYoPwvY

    https://www.sites.google.com/site/patrickmaillot/x32#h.p_S9ppuNA6fsQS

    greeting,
    dd

    #101136
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    Wolfgang
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    Well, I would like to say this:
    It looks nice, but I haven’t missed this feature in the last 35 years. So I don’t think I’ll really miss it in my old age.
    I could rather imagine that I would get a fright when the fader suddenly goes down during muting 😉

    But everyone can handle it the way they want.

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