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  • #81642
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    jes89
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    Hi guys, just wondering what’s your solution to having different(reverse) panning for stage and FOH. I am currently using a drum group (for example) to me-500 to have it take up 1 of the 16 but depending on how i’ve panned the drums you want the opposite when you’re on stage. So would love to hear what you guys have done!

    Thanks

    #81643
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    MarkPAman
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    Not anywhere near a desk at the moment, but…

    You patch whatever you want to the ME don’t you? So could you just patch (say) Group 1L to ME#2 and Group 1R to ME#1.

    Or have I remembered how it works, wrongly?

    #81649
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    jes89
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    ill try that this weekend, but not sure if that will do much for panning as that doesnt define if something comes out left vs right?

    #81653
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    Barryjam
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    Which ME- 500 button (e.g., odd or even) is selected doesn’t make a difference for panning on Me-500.

    Try this…
    You have your FOH panning in LR out, correct?

    You then have your drum group, selected as a mix instead of a group, panned opposite, and NOT sent to FOH. (So FOH is mixing from the inputs, not from the group). Select that drum group (mix) as a stereo input to ME-500.

    I’m pretty sure this would work, but I’ve been proven wrong so many times…

    Barry

    #81671
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    jes89
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    true, haha i guess that means ill have use one of my aux for a an me send as well as a group for processing.

    #81674
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    Barryjam
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    It is a kinda complicated method on Me-500 that requires a Group turning into a Mix on the Mixer itself.

    Me-1 is more straightforward in that you can create a drum group on a single button of the Me-1 itself, then pan to your hearts content, never sacrificing a mixer group.

    In some ways, the Me-500 is optimized for bands just wanting the first 16 mono or stereo inputs.

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