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    Timothy Hobbs
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    Hi,

    We are getting a dLive system soon and using the director software I am trying to plan out how I will set it up for mixing a musical.

    We will be running a LCR Sub system.

    I have set the main bus to 5.1 mode.

    I have found the 5.1 panning controls on the routing screen when the channel is selected, but my question is how to do the surround control for a group sent to the main bus.

    I usually use groups on the mics for compression and other processing – say one for the ensemble and one for the leads, how can I then mix that group to the center channel with divergence control?

    Thanks, Timothy.

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    #82848
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    dmlmixman
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    +1 on this.

    #84054
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    lewisjeff
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    +1

    Is there such a thing as a LCR or LCR+ Group?

    #91521
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    Dave
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    +1 We’re planning on getting a dLive system in a while, and will need to be able to send groups (not just channels) to the LFE output.

    #91554
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    SteffenR
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    the groups have 5.1 panning available,
    but it’s not how you would expect this…
    the surround handling could be much better

    if I have to do surround work and have the chance to specify the console,
    my choice would not be an A&H one (and none of the usual suspects…)

    #91629
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    Zistan
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    +1 and +5 for 5.1 input/IP, for 5.1 reverbs. Like a Digico/SSL.

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