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    I would liketo so a better graphic interface for the RTA meter.
    It would really be great if it could be layered under the the PEQ. Giving you a real time comparison of sonically what’s going on.

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    Al Tisco

    This is an absolute must!

    It simplifies mixing both monitors and PA by being able to see troublesome frequencies. RTA should be layered behind both GEQ and PEQ like it is in YAMAHA apps for example.

    Ideally you would be able to switch RTA input between ipad microphone and PFL.

    Thank you!

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    Yes, have the RTA layered on the EQs of all outgoing channels. It seems as if most other apps already have this. Makes me think it would not be that difficult.

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    RTA tool for doing floor wedges/monitors is a very handy tool to techs!
    I find the GEQ just a wee bit hard to handle. A bit narrow and would like the RTA to be in your face when standing behind a mic adjusting the App.

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    he don’t mean the app, he was referring to the desk

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    Both actually…

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    I would find the RTA layered over the EQ’s to be more beneficial on the iPad due to the bigger screen, obviously this would also be better with the 24 & 32 as they both have a bigger screen than the 16.

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    Qu-16 and Qu-24 have the same screen size…

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    Of course, just the 32 then.

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    Hawk Dawg

    There is an android app for this mixer that does this well. It shows a RTA overlay on the PEQ which is very helpful. Would also like to see similar functionality on the desk PEQ.

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    Having an RTA overlay would be nice. There are lots of ways around it with say an external device like a tablet or phone running an RTA app.

    There is also a little known and less used device. Your ears. Do some ear training. Play around with a sine wave oscillator or device to practice concepts of hearing typical problem frequencies. There are typical frequencies that occur in almost every instance. Learn those areas and then learn the specific ones and train your ear. Get close then zero in. It’s a lot faster. In the old days that’s all we had.

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    It would be nice to have the RTA feature show a dB scale on its own display; regardless of whether the RTA data is overlaid on either PEQ or GEQ.

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