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  • #88680
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    Vali
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    Hi all.
    I have my mixer about 2 days. I want to know How can I change the output of all channels to be heard on mono jack ports A and B?!

    Thanks.

    #88686
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    peterlanders
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    All you have to do is press the I/O key, tap Outputs, then Mix Out (both on the left side of the screen). Make sure you’re on the Local tab at the top as well; you probably are, though.

    Then, scroll down to find the MainLR L and R rows. Scroll right to reveal the A and B columns, then tap the grey square at the junction of MainLR L and A, and Main LR R and B, so they go white. You can have the same mix going to multiple outputs, so this won’t affect any existing patch.

    That’s it – you’re all set.

    This is pretty basic I/O routing stuff, you should definitely check out the reference manual starting on page 17.

    #88694
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    Vali
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    Thank you very much Peter.
    I have already found it, and I wanted to put an image with it, for the beginners as mine.
    I needed for my monitors, which I have already a pair of TS to XLR cables.
    I saw that MainLR (L and R) ports can be assigned to all outputs ports, as well.

    Best regards,
    Vali

    #88849
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    Vali
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    Ok. I routed MainLR to outputs. But now, how can I assign thouse outputs to strips to be able to PEQ them?

    #88854
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    Vali
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    So, as you all understand better what I want:

    I want to send Main LR signal to different outputs (and I did it, as it wrote in above posts). Each output will be connected to different active speakers. Each pairs of speakers has different factory EQ presets, so I need to lower some frequencies, or to louder some others. In this way I want to make for all different speakers almost the same sound.
    How can I do this?

    Thank you very much.

    #88856
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    ianhind
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    Sounds like you’ll be wanting to use a Matrix. This is what they’re designed for.

    #88859
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    Vali
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    ianhind, thank you.
    Can you explain to me exactly how to do that?

    #88860
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    Vali
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    Managed to do it with matrix:

    IO

    Routing

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    #88864
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    Vali
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    And I think it can be done with Groups, too! 🙂

    AssigningGroupsToOutput

    MixAndGroups

    GroupAssignAllPage

    #88865
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    Vali
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    ChannelsAllOffRouting

    #88871
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    ianhind
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    A matrix is better suited for this. Any time you have delay towers, broadcast feeds, balcony feeds, etc. You’ll want to use a matrix.

    While a group will work for this, it’s better suited for processing a group of channels to be sent to your main mix.

    Hope that made sense.

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