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  • #102635
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    Und auf’s Neue: Antwort vui daneben… ;)!

    In my understanding, CameronProAudio want’s to know if outputs are use either active circuitry on both the hot and cold
    lines so both have equal voltage but in opposite polarity, or using an “impedance balanced” (only Resistor to Ground) topology.

    I think technically both are electronically balanced…

    So your answer is nonsense…

    #102560
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    Hi Westpower,

    as Søren allready said, you can use a Matrix for the stream.
    And to this Matrix you can route different Aux mixes.

    Then you can control with one Aux-Mix a set of channels and when this aux is pre-fade you can also set their channel level indepented to you main LR.

    Maybe this is a way for your setup.

    #102486
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    +1
    I/O Status would be a nice control feedback!

    example:
    I often use 2 DX168 in daisychain.
    There is already an icon in the SQ screen, if (at least one) stagebox is connectet.

    In the patching window (IO) I can see a streamlined square on the connections which are set (because i want them) but one of the stageboxes aren’t connectet.
    In this case the icon in the upper screen can be for example RED to warn me – the is an audio connection NOT possible to establish!
    It’s similar to Midas Pro Series “Status” indicator.

    So only if all audio connections are made, die IO icon will apper in green…

    I think this can give the feeling of “everything is safe with my audio network” to the user!
    A least for me this would be a handy and useful thing!

    thanks,
    dd

    #102327
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    Hi Will,

    Yes it’s a good idea to record the group! No problem with the SQ.
    To do so, you don’t need tie lines, you route the Output of the group to USB.

    Tie Lines are only for incoming signals, to use the without processing. But you want to record the entire Drum group, mixed an processed, so you go to “Output” in the IO Screen and there you have all your mixes an group to route everywhere you want!

    greetings
    dd

    #102276
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    +1

    #102154
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    Hi Keith,
    thx for your answer.

    The reason for the question:
    want to use Dante DVS + Mixpad on the same Laptop.
    i thought to use the ethernet port of the PC for dante, and the USB for mixpad…

    => so i have to enable the control network bridge…

    greetings,
    dd

    #102136
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    correct!

    #102134
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    But of course, the BEST is to use DI-Boxes. But you’ll need still the Y-cable to split the Stereo Signal into 2 Mono Signals (Stereo TRS -> 2x Mono TRS)

    #102133
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    Hi Nemydom,

    you got the phase cancellation because you used a stereo Jack Output, for an balanced Input:

    Tip (Left Signal) -> +
    Ring (Right Signal) -> –
    Shleeve -> GND

    The low frequencies are mostly “Mono” so they canceld out! While the GEM is doing stereo on the upper Freq!

    The D’Addario PW-P047Z adapter is a STEREO to MONO adapter, and is shortening the minus of the balanced input to GND, and L+R Signal will go to the hot input.
    -> so you loose Stereo.

    Better is a Y-cable like it is used for inserts!
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08SQNH4TH/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_2P3QR6ZVTX48MYA37BQM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

    greetings,
    dd

    #102100
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    Hi Harvey,

    Last page in this document, you can see how many physical analog or digital outputs you can get.
    https://www.allen-heath.com/media/SLinkConnections_V1_5_0.pdf
    To this connections you can route evereything you need.

    the SQ series has a 36 bBs structure (Mix 1-12, FX 1-4, LR, 3x MTx, Monitor..)

    greetings dd

    #102088
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    What’s the problem about stereo width control on Mix Busses like it’s available on Stereo Inputs?

    Do you think there are operating errors, because of the stereo width control on the inputs?

    On the GUI is at Mixes and Groups Tab exact the space empty, where this controls sit on the inputs.
    So in my opinion it would be absolut LOGICAL to have there the same feature…

    When I decide to use this bus in stereo, then i decide to have the same control as it is at the inputs…

    The SQ is really a powerful consol – operating errors can occur everywhere…
    So why this “Warning” of this feature?

    greetings,
    dd

    #102004
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    Have a look at Reference Guide v1.5 page 55.
    FX add-ons are on page 56
    There are the same FX pre installed on every console, no matter which type!

    Greetings,
    dd

    #102003
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    Hi Westpower,

    Sure you can do it with an group.
    Just unassign the group form LR (in the routing tab) and then assign this group to the Aux you’re using for stream!

    Works very well!

    Cheers,
    dd

    #101992
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    Who is Dante Master?
    Card or Stagebox?

    Is the Dantecard switched to 48kHz?

    #101930
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    Today, doing Live Sound + Streaming on the SQ, i faced another use case of this feature.

    LR => Stream (so the Main mix was the Stream mix)
    Grps => Aux => PA
    So i used some Grps with thier EQ for some mics to adjust to the PA, without changing the sound of the Stream.

    I wanted to use a wide panning for some mic’s in the Stream, but not for the PA.

    With the requested Stereo width control in the Grp bus it would be no problem to create a “more mono” signal for the PA!

    greetings,
    dd

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