Routing Mixes to LR Qu16?

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  • #55098
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    Ben
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    Is there any way to route the Mixes to mains?

    #55099
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    There is always the analogue loophole – but I think that the groups on the larger desks can be used as mixes – not the other way around (although that might be interesting for various reasons)

    #55100
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    Ben
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    I’ve seen that the larger consoles have designated subgroups and wonder why there isn’t an update to add a tab in the “Mix Selected-Routing” window. I’ve been using the analogue loophole but it eats up to many input but this adds noise floor.

    #55103
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    Andreas
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    Noise is not your problem, delay from mix processing and the additional DA/AD stage is. If you do not ensure that none of the signals contained in the mix reach LR (i.e. through a FX unit) you’ll convert your Qu into a multi-channel Flanger FX.

    #55105
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    I would definitely avoid an extra DA/AD conversion but this is my only way to work around not having sub groups and not being able to route mixes to mains. I can definitely see it turning into a flanger if I was routing the original channels to the Mains as well.

    #55139
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    I’d avoid the analogue loop as well, but for signal delay reasons, not noise. The noise floor is *so* low (although it’s always a compromise between headroom and noise floor) that it’s going to deal with an analogue loop.

    Having a ‘mix as group’ ‘reverse’ option would be nice.

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