Qu 32. Effects on mix output

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  • #60037
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    Mightymikey
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    Hi all,
    I Just bought a Qu32, nu first digital board so I’m stille learning.
    I’m trying to get effects like reverb and delay on the mix outputs for the monitors, but I Can only get mix1 and mix2 to do that..
    Is this by default?
    Can I adjust this?
    Greetings from Holland!

    #60038
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    dpdan
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    Hi MightyMikey!
    welcome to the forum and CONGRATULATIONS on the purchase of the Qu32!

    so, you are getting effects in mix 1&2 but not in the other mixes,,,???

    You need to choose mix three for instance,,, blue mix button on the right-hand side of the console,
    then on the left side of the console, tap the top layer button which will allow you to turn up the effects in that mix.
    As long as you have first selected the mix you want to adjust, this is how you turn up the effect return faders for that mix.
    I used mix three as an example but the rest are the same.

    I am guessing that there is still something wrong if you are able to get the effects returned into the first two mixes but not of the others.

    hmmmm????

    #60039
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    Mightymikey
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    Thanks for the quick awnser!
    Perhaps that’ll be the problem. I’ll try that tonight. My old mixer was not digital and it was programmed to Only let effects through monitor 1 and 2, the other monitors had a dry sound

    #60042
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    dpdan
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    give it a shot and post back….

    Merry Christmas too!

    #60069
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    SteffenR
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    it has nothing to do with digital or analog, only signal flow is relevant
    no fear…

    try to understand the general signal flow, then you get your solution

    http://www.allen-heath.com/media/Qu-Mixer-Reference-Guide-AP9372_9.pdf

    at page 8 there is a good starting point to find out what is going to wich output
    on page 37 you will find some insights on the routing capabilities

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