QU-Pac Select Keys – What can be assigned to them?

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  • #72108
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    rpalmer68
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    Hi,

    I’m looking at purchasing a Qu-Pac for our primary school, but I need to make the system VERY simply for the teachers to sue for general day to day use.

    I will have 3 mics connected to inputs 1-3, and 3 overhead stage mics connected to inputs 4-6, plus stereo sources connected to ST1 and ST2.

    I plan to assign the overhead mics to a group so they can be controlled on one fader.

    My question is:

    Can I assign Mics 1-3, the overhead mic group and the two ST1 and ST2 sources to the Custom Assignable Select keys along the bottom of the Qu-Pac so then the teachers can just press the button for the source and then use the rotary control knob to adjust the volume/level for that source?

    Or is there a better way of doing this, perhaps with the QU-Control screen?

    Many thanks
    Richard

    #72114
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    MarkPAman
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    Yes, the select buttons can be assigned as you want.

    Yes, Qu-Control is probably a better way of doing it, as you can then lock to that screen & avoid any “unwanted” functions being available.

    #72128
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    rpalmer68
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    Thanks Mark,

    I’ll take a closer look at the qu-control option.

    I misread the blurb and thought I could only have 5 buttons on the screen but it is 5 tabs, so I can actually have all the channels / groups etc I need presented. An advantage of using the select buttons is I can stick decent labels on the unit rather than the short 6 characters the screen will display.

    Guess I can go ahead and get a unit ordered and start playing once it arrives.

    Cheers
    Richard

    #72151
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    Mike C
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    Q Control will be your friend! I did about the same thing
    for a school gym installation giving then predefined controls via Q Control.
    I also put the QU Pac on the building network so the people that need
    to can log in and control the system with their phone.

    #72251
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    rpalmer68
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    Thanks Mike.

    #72397
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    rpalmer68
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    Hey Mike,

    You are right, Qu-Cntrol on the front of the unit is exactly what I need.

    Just one question, is there a way of the unit going into Qu-control automatically from boot, so the users don’t have to log in manually?

    Thanks
    Richard

    #72414
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    rpalmer68
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    To answer my own question for the benefit of others.

    I set passwords for admin and standard users and no password for basic and set basic to qu-control with a default scene.

    I then logged into the qu-pac as the basic user.

    Now on power up it goes straight into qu-control as the basic user.

    Richard

    #72433
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    Mike C
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    That’s what I did with the set up where I needed to only have Q Control accessible.

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