SIP

This topic contains 9 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of Wolfgang Wolfgang 1 year, 7 months ago.

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #66052
    Profile photo of Steph.plisson
    Steph.plisson
    Participant

    Please…. Make a solo in place option…… Please…..

    #69035
    Profile photo of mixJM
    mixJM
    Participant

    +1

    #69050
    Profile photo of Steffen R
    Steffen R
    Participant

    I don’t care about it, never used it and don’t need it

    #69138
    Profile photo of Lishinsky
    Lishinsky
    Participant

    It Is Useful!!!

    #69514
    Profile photo of MasterLufier
    MasterLufier
    Participant

    Yes, please. It’s very needed for rehearsal a soundchecks.

    #69611
    Profile photo of Wolfgang
    Wolfgang
    Participant

    I’ve never used SIP before, too.
    I’ve always been happy when the SIP button on some analog mixers was behind a cover flap, so you couldn’t turn it on. 😉

    what are you using this for?
    Studio?

    #69615
    Profile photo of alex.abel
    alex.abel
    Participant

    I would like to have this function mainly for virtual soundchecks. Often I want to pick one specific channel from my mix to check and edit this channel. At the moment I have to mute all other channels in order to hear just one channel. A SIP function would speed this up extremely.

    #69624
    Profile photo of Wolfgang
    Wolfgang
    Participant

    you can simply use the PFL function.

    Alternatively, if you want to have this function on the PA, you can route the PAFL output to the PA for the soundcheck.
    when you then press PAFL, you only have this channel on the system.
    You only need SIP if the PAN function is important.
    😉

    #69636
    Profile photo of alex.abel
    alex.abel
    Participant

    During virtual soundcheck I of course want to hear the mix and single channels on the PA.
    To rout the PAFL bus to the PA-Outputs is not really an option, as for example then PA tuning made in the desk is not audible anymore. Furthermore I have to change the output routing everytime I want to hear a single channel and when I then want to hear the entire mix including panning again. Of course I could do this with scenes, but an SIP-function would simplify that a lot in my opinion.

    #69648
    Profile photo of Wolfgang
    Wolfgang
    Participant

    well, virtual soundcheck only works if the backline is very quiet. 😉

    but of course, if you send PAFL on the PA, the settings in the output matrix are bypassed. I accept that argument.

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.