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  • #104309
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    I’ll give that a shot.

    #104077
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    I can see that. I only have 5 monitors But if one of my musicians changes their settings and forget to ask me to change the scene, they lose it. I can see SQ4You storing that particular AUX settings and overriding the board for that aux, and only that aux.

    #104076
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    Looks like just the GX. but then again, I only have 3 active local.

    #104044
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    GX4816 through SLink. The network is fine, it is going through a HPE L2 switch. Audio is fine, gain set remains constant despite what is displayed and other functions become unavailable. Everything goes back to normal after rebooting the desk. It leads me to believe it is not the network, but something in the desk.

    #104030
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    It’s more than gain changes. That is just the obvious view. From that point, I can no longer toggle phantom power on any channels. It also happens on channels with no AMM. And the gain structure does not actually change, just the displayed value. Only a board reboot fixes it.

    #103939
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    A switch can be used but you are still limited to one SQ connecting to one expander. As Keith said, SLink is not an IP protocol, it is a layer2 protocol. A switch moves data at L2. We have a setup where our SQ is on a moving cart, with 4 possible connect location in our Sanctuary and social hall. Those 4 locations are connected with a standard L2 switch. The SQ and expander will always find each other, but only on a one-to-one relationship.

    #103671
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    Not on the desk itself, but I would love a PC software that gives me access to everything the touch screen has. I usually have limited tome on-site. I’d love to be able to leave the desk on and finish what I want to do from home.

    #103374
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    Well the phone really mangled that. The 5 mics are to a mix group. I need to know how to send that group to the matrix.

    #103240
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    Didn’t watch the entire video, but he’s playing with non-mic’d sources. a) you have known control over input volume, b) they don’t pick up GOH sound. Those are easy to gain to zero. Mics, especially mics that can be used by multiple people are harder. I aim to have as much GBF as I can with the fader around unity. Simply get the strongest signal in and then play with volume. I can’t amplify a signal that’s not there, but I can turn down a signal that’s too strong. There is no one right answer, but there is a single wrong one, trying to put everything at unity. Faders I can see because that’s where it’s easier to make small adjustments. gain? not so much.

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