"Pass Through" Effect

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  • #37973
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    mamerica
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    Okay, here’s my wacky idea for the day. An effect that does absolutely nothing.
    I need to use delay stacks with the Qu-16. If I could route L/R to an effect, bring it back unchanged on one of the aux busses, I could apply a delay (all of the busses have delay) and send it to the stacks.

    Of course it would be easier if we simply had a delay unit (that returns none of the dry signal) in the effects rack.

    #37975
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    moon
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    Hello,
    You should be able to set the Delay FX unit to 100% wet.
    This will give you what you want I believe.
    cheers,
    Mike

    #37976
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    mervaka
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    what moon suggests should work, but i’d also suggest you turn off feedback and any filtering

    #37982
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    mamerica
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    I tried several of the built in delays. None of them will really return a completely unaffected sound. Oh well, it was worth the effort.

    #37985
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    mervaka
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    i’ll take a look next time i have a desk in front of me..

    #37987
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    eotsskleet
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    I just set up an event running Qu-16 for FoH Mixer and a Front Speaker System in addition with a Delay Speaker System. I used a stereo aux, turned all Input-Faders to 0 and changed the whole AUX to Post Fader! That works pretty good! (For sure… a matrix would be better!)

    #37993
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    mamerica
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    I really want something that follows the main fader. An effect that didn’t do anything would be an easy solution. The hardest part would be coming up with a name. Of course a delay effect with zero original signal and a single bounce would work fine but you wouldn’t be able to adjust it from the iPad.

    I patched from the Alt Out (Set for LR Post Fader) to Stereo 1 Input. I UN-assigned St1 from all but Aux 2 then used Aux 2 Out with the delay. I stood back by the delay speaker and used the iPad to adjust the delay time.

    It worked but it’s kind of sketchy. I don’t like patching the back of the board. It makes me nervous.

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