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    Profile photo of litti

    hi and congrats to A-H for the newborn baby 🙂

    1) are the LF and HF bands only peak or shelving (as in the Qu series) or also LPF/HPF as on the GLD?

    2) does the desk have selectable HPF on the aux and mtx outs?

    3) are the 16T and 16vu emulations included among the compressor type options?

    4) will DEEP processing be available for free or at additional cost?


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    Yes, what means DEEP processing ? Does it involve buying plugins ?

    5. Is there any chance, that we can get a midi clockable looper, with configurable length and ADSR? ? That would make the console perfect for live electronic shows, where you record your performance to a loop – rearrange your patterns, and move back to your live performance.

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    Nicola A&H

    Hi All,

    1) LF and HF in the PEQ are parametric or shelving, not LPF/HPF.
    2) No HPF on mix outputs.
    3) The 16T and 16VU are not included. In V1.0, the Allen & Heath RMS and Peak compressors are included. Further compressors will be available later as DEEP models.
    4) The SQ is capable of running DEEP processing models. By registering your product and downloading V1.1 firmware, you will get a free DEEP preamp model worth $149. Further models will be offered in future as chargeable add-ons, and allow to customise your SQ whilst benefitting from DEEP processing technology e.g. no extra latency.
    5) There is no plan to add MIDI timecode or a looper, but I can put it on the list of requests for consideration!

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    did this only put 2 led level meters on each channel? the Qu has 3 I was hoping for more not less

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    Nicola A&H

    Hi topdj,
    Watch out for more videos on our patented Chromatic channel meter. The single LED uses variable brightness and colours to give the same amount of information as a multi-segment meter, but in a very compact space.

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