External FX in mains, punch in / out ??

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  • #51416
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    JD
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    Qu-16: Is there a way to hook up an external processor – in this case a DriveRack (sub-sonic harmonizer) used to major fatten sound through the mains/subs – that can be readily punched-in during the song, then punched out for announcements & similar?

    I’m really looking to do this from the iPad. DriveRack is a few years older and does not have the mobile feature.

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    #51418
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    No way to punch out external effects from the iPad – could you use a group/Mix as your main mix, then loop back to a st input and send out to the amp rack?

    #51419
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    I’d try to use a Kiss Box. Since you obviously already have some sort of WiFi network running, adding that box shouldn’t be an issue. Then you can control the DriveRack via regular midi commands, you just need a configurable midi controller app on your pad.

    #51420
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    Move up to a drive-rack PA2. It has an iOS app. Can turn sub synth on and off in its module. I am using PA2’s and Venue 360 on installs. Love using the app to adjust all modules during setup.

    #51421
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    Move up to a drive-rack PA2. It has an iOS app. Can turn sub synth on and off in its module. I am using PA2’s and Venue 360 on installs. Love using the app to adjust all modules during setup.

    #51422
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    Well, just realized that the old DriveRack does not have MIDI sockets, so a KissBox doesn’t help at all. sorry.

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