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    Bill in TN
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    Maybe it’s been asked, maybe I’ve asked… I wish there were a short text note on input channels where I could give a short description. For example if I use a mix rack channel for a specific instrument (let’s say it’s channel 14) but that is patched through to a stage box snake and there is no way I can match all these up. So then I could put a note on input 14 that said “Stage 20 A Sax” to reflect where and what is really connected. With director I could see all my ‘real’ connections and update them when I make changes and like these to stay with the ‘Show’.

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    SteffenR
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    the view button on the surface gives you the ability to find out where is your input coming from

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    Bill in TN
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    I forgot about this until the other day when I wished I had it again. So I’m not sure you understand my ask… I’d like to be able to add a text string to the I/O socket at the I/O level in dLive which could be seen as a pop up note or similar short text string. I’m not really talking about strip assignment to the dLive I/O which I know is easily found. For example, much of our mix rack physical inputs are patched through to old copper stage boxes with very different numbers. My mix rack input #1 could very well be my stage box #7. If you could keep track of this within dLive it would make life easier when I want to send an instrument through to a dLive I/O channel I could see which of ‘my’ stage box #’s that is.

    Make sense ?

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