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  • #106887
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    WilmotTech
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    Hey all,
    Forgive me if this has been covered – a bit of searching didn’t yield results.

    We’ve been running an SQ7 for church worship services for a few years, but I’ve recently started becoming more engaged in the audio side (been focusing more on video and lighting).

    I *thought* that our I/O patching followed each particular scene recall, but it appears I was wrong. Specifically, I’m looking for each scene (particular to a particular team that rotates through each week) to carry over the IP Direct Outputs patching, which routes to our Aviom system.

    It appears currently that when I change the routing in one scene, I can switch to another scene and that routing has not changed.

    Am I missing something that will allow me to store that routing along with a scene?

    Thank you.

    #106888
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @WilmotTech

    All routing is stored in a scene, so I’d recommend checking whether you have any Global or Per-Scene Recall filters engaged (set to ‘Block’) which might be preventing the changes on recall.

    Thanks,
    Keith.

    #106889
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    WilmotTech
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    Thanks Keith.

    In the root menu of “Scenes” if I select “Recall Filter”, everything is set to “allow” in Input/FX, Mix and Other.

    When selecting Global Filter, under “Mix” we have Patch set to Block, and under Other we have Softkeys and Soft Rotaries set to Block. Everything else is set to allow. Will the global “Patch” under Mix/Main be preventing it?

    #106890
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    ioTon
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    https://www.allen-heath.com/media/SQ_ReferenceGuide_V1_5_0.pdf

    Page 60
    Reading the manual can save lifes!!

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    #106893
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    WilmotTech
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    “Reading the manual can save lifes!!”

    Wow – that’s a powerful manual! How many lives did we save today? 🙂

    #106895
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    Lozion
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    Lulz

    #106899
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @WilmotTech

    The Input Direct Outputs are covered under the Input/Patch filter, the Mix Patch filters should not affect this.

    Are you only changing the input channel direct output patching?
    Do you only have input direct outputs patched to your personal monitoring system?
    How are you feeding the Aviom system?

    Thanks,
    Keith.

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