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  • #38056
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    Tombot
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    Hi Everyone

    We’re hosting a QU-24 Webinar tonight, so if anyone has a function they want to see demonstrated or have any questions that they haven’t had answered, please tune in. Its in HD and has an iOS & android friendly chatroom. March 6th – 7PM GMT – http://www.scan.co.uk/shops/proaudio/webinar

    Cheers

    Tom

    #38072
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    Lee7
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    Great idea, will log in and watch that.

    Scan is only a few mls up the road from me.

    Lee 🙂

    #38103
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    dcongdon
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    Thanks for the webinar. Cheers!

    #38104
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    Lee7
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    Thanks for that, really helpful and informative.

    Thanks

    Lee

    #38122
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    robbocurry
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    Hi Nicola,
    Can you clarify if a USB pen drive is okay to use for recording, as per the webinar?
    Thanks,
    Rob

    #38125
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    mamerica
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    From the Qu-16 User’s manual:
    Note – Use a USB hard drive, not a key, for all stereo and multitrack recording

    #38130
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    robbocurry
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    Ta Mamerica,
    I read that too, just the guy in the webinar said you could use it! #confused!

    #38131
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    MartinW
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    Try it?

    #38154
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    robbocurry
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    Will do! I can’t believe my qu24 has been sitting in the packing case for nearly 11 hours and I haven’t had the chane to open it yet- I’m back from an early gig, I may play with my new toy ’til the wee small hours:)

    #38155
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    mamerica
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    Hi robbocurry,
    I actually have tried it and it worked fine. Last weekend I was at a gig. I carry my setup music and my default scene on a usb stick. I hit the Stereo Record button and recorded a couple of sets. They seem fine to me. I don’t know why the factory advises against it but they must have their reasons. I switched over to a hard-drive later because I had to do a multi-track recording for one of the acts.

    My USB Stick is one of the more expensive ones on the approved list. It’s a Scandisk Extreme USB 3 (16GB).

    #38156
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    robbocurry
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    Thanks for that Mamerica:)
    I believe I read that they didn’t recommend SSD’s either.
    That USB 3 pen of yours sounds like the ticket, eBay here I come!
    Any ideas on a good LED snake light for the board – local music shop asking for £50!!!!
    Don’t want to kill it with a wrong ‘un;)

    #38161
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    Lee7
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    I have a couple of USB LED goose neck lights that are designed for laptops etc, they cost a £1 each from poundland and work a treat!!!

    I also know of some other engineers who use the same product.

    🙂

    #38162
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    GCumbee
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    I would not like the idea of putting a USB light on any console. Might not create a problem but I don’t want anything on that socket but a drive or key.

    My feelings. If you can afford to buy the console you can afford to buy the correct lamp for it. It is like buying a new Cadillac and complaining about buying nice floor mats.

    #38163
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    mamerica
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    I don’t think a USB light would cause any problems but I bought the recommended lamp from Allen & Heath. I used to have them on my GL2400 and I liked them because they have a built-in dimmer and they don’t heat up.

    My only complaint would be that they only come in one length. They’re a bit long for a small desk. Who knows, someday that may come in handy.

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