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  • #91430
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    Hi Steffen,

    thank you for the very informative answer! I thought it was made for the SQ….

    Is there a plan to offer IP8 support on the SQ Series?

    Yours,
    dd

    #91424
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    OK – so the built in gigaACE port is ONLY for the dlive surface.

    Thanks for the fast answer!
    Have a nice day!
    dd

    #91050
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    Hi,
    Here’s the result of some measurments on my SQ5 + AR2412.

    Analog Insert Latency (average) ?

    greetings,
    dd

    #91049
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    Hi,
    this is my result:

    Analog Insert Latency (average) ?


    greetings,
    dd

    #91047
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    Hi Folks,

    yesterday I measured the latency of my SQ5 in combination with the AR2412.
    Here’s the result!

    Greetings,
    dd

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    #90174
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    Hi Jline,

    Yes this is normal – and comes from the analog Consoles.

    It’s called VCA (Voltage controlles Amplifier) -> see the Block Diagramm.
    There was no need for Motorfaders so the Channelfader could not move… 😉

    Greetings
    dd

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    #90048
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    +1

    overwrite or delete some patching points is very easy..
    Some kind of warning would be great.
    And in the setup menu a box to disable this warnings for those who want the “hot patching” as it is actually….

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    +1

    #89690
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    +1

    #89689
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    Hi Stuart,
    I like your idea but I have no possibility to check it.

    If you’ve a look here it should work:

    http://support.allen-heath.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/connecting-to-the-slink-port

    Let us know!
    Thanks!
    dd

    #89430
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    Hi DFT,
    this is the SQ Forum, and the Screenshot is taken from an SQ Desk.
    I took a look at the QU Block Diagram, there is no such Width processing Block.
    So I think on your QU Desk this Block won’t exist…

    So you will have to use 2 Mono Inputs and Pan them to the middle!

    G

    #89395
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    Hi DFT,
    The Screenshot shows the Input Section of a Stereo!!! Input channel. This Stereo processing is not available on Mono Input Channels. But you can define any odd-even channel pair as Stereo!

    Unfortunately this Stereo processing is not available on Busses…
    But maybe in future 😉
    greetings

    #89344
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    Hi Steffen,

    did I understand it corecctly?
    You want a FX with only routing possibilities to replace an internal FX with hardware outside the desk?

    Correct!
    Maybe with a fixed Delay to get phase coherence…

    Greez

    #89337
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    Hi Steffen,
    But why is it possible to route the FX-Return to Physical Outs but not with the FX-Sends?
    This structure makes no sense for me at least…
    Ok maybe for recording the wet FX only…

    #89336
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    Hi Keith,
    Thank you for the answer and for your work to build useful consoles.
    There are 3 cases where this option would be great.

    1) MS could make Sense to control the mid-signal as mono channel without changing the side-channel and do the decoding in the group.

    2) special but for me very important case:
    I’ll need only one group to use the haas-effekt on live performances.

    In Detail:
    Stage, some band or what ever in the middle, and at one side a speakers-desk (lectern) or something like this.
    Instead of panning the speakers mic with the Pan (intensity) I used to delay one side of the PA System.
    But I need 2 mono groups (one is delayed, one not) an routed to one PA side.

    With the stereo processing i can use one stereo group swap L and R, to the delay and route it to LR.
    The Input Channel will be send to LR AND!! to this group, but hard Pan to one side (where the localisation has to be)
    Because of the L-R swaped group the other PA side will be delayed.

    Benefit 1: need only 1 group, no matter on which side the localisation should be!!!!

    This would be awesome!!!!

    So there can be build different delay panning a with different groups.

    Hope I explained this really complex thing correct. But for me it would be a real great thing – with more or less “no” processing effort of the desk.

    Thanks for your attention!
    Greetings,
    Johannes

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