Signal generator routing (to input)

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    The block diagram tells me it should be possible to route the signal generator to an input channel – but I can’t find a way to achive that.
    The signal generator doesn’t show up in the I/O patch (neither on the desk nor MixPad) and there’s no option to select the generator as an input in the processing menu of the inputs, either.

    Am I blind?

    #121195
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    You can find it in the manual on page 24.

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    #121198
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    Cheers mate. That’s very well hidden indeed.

    #121237
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    Cool. I had no idea. I can see that being useful.

    #121253
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    For fun, setup a 80Hz sine wave on the signal generator, route it to an input, then put a hard gate on it, and trigger it from the kick drum.

    #121254
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    I would use something between 50 and 70 Hz for starters and adjust to taste. Really helpful if you have a badly tuned kick drum and a D112 only.

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