SQ6: Reset MainLR bus fader back to zero (0dB)

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    Dear community!

    Is there a possibility to reset a fader, assigned to a matrix or the MainLR bus, back to zero?

    Background: In our signal chain, there is a Trinnov optimizer right after the SQ6. All our signals are routed to the MainLR bus, and this bus is routed via I/O Analog Out to the Trinnov.
    Now I want to make sure, that the signal level sent to the Trinnov is always the same. As a first thing, I changed the “Master Fader Mode” to “Listen Level”. (the Master Fader now doesn’t affect the signal level to the Trinnov)
    But there is still the possibility to assign the MainLR to any other fader and so there will be again the chance that somebody messes around with the fader and therefore sending a “wrong” level to the Trinnov.
    It would be nice, if I can somehow reset the faderposition back to zero. Or is there a way to see a numerical reading of the faderposition?

    thanks in advance
    cheers Gรผnther

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    Dave Meadowcroft

    Holding down reset and pushing the master fader (or any fader assigned to master) up will set it to Unity. Pushing down will set it to -infinity.
    This works on all strips ๐Ÿ™‚

    Profile photo of blautoene

    Haha, oh my god, it’s that simple ๐Ÿ™‚ I tried holding reset and just touching the fader which didn’t work.
    With your “hold reset and pushing the fader in the desired direction”-hint it works! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks a lot!

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    Mike C

    Would using a matrix out to feed the system that is fed from the main LR mix that in the
    matrix set up the main LR is set to prefade work for you.

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