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  • #117702
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    Thanks robbocurry, I will try it.

    #117615
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    Well, if i’d bought a huge professional A&H ystem I’d wouldn’t care about running apps in linux. My setup would merely being a dedicated computer or tablet and OS choice between Android/Windows/IOS not beeing an issue.

    But CQs are aimed to be more popular systems. PCs and tablets to be used are more likely not to be dedicated for this usage.
    The most your offer compatibility with existing devices, the more your system is attractive.

    In my case, I knew that the apps were not available with linux, which is the only OS I use for PCs, but as a alternative I thought it was possible to use mixpad with my phone Android device. I discover it was not possible due to 32/64 bit uncompatibility.

    Perhaps if I knew this, my choice wouldn’t have been for CQ …

    There is third party Mixer-station thas is available for both my linux PCs and my phone. It’s running well, buts lacks control for autogain, FBA fonctions for examples.

    I don’t think porting A&H apps is a huge task, as it seems they are Qt based, which is a cross-platform developpement framework.

    So, let’s try ask for it…

    #117526
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    Is it possible to port CQ mixpad to Linux?

    #117358
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    +1
    Also agree playback while recording would be a great feature.

    I’m thinking replacing an analog mixer for live/rehearsal usage and a Zoom R24 for multitrack recording. An all in one numeric mixer with record capability would be fine.

    For live/rehearsal CQ12t/CQ18t seems to be a winner choice.

    For recording, playing black while recording lacks in the CQs.

    We usually record instruments in a first step multitrack recording session. Then we use the recorded tracks as backing tracks to record choirs and lyrics in a second multitrack recording session.

    I know this can be achieved using CQs as audio interface with a daw software but not the easiest way.

    #117356
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    I agree outputs can be muted before shutdown, saved as a scene or not, but what I have in mind is a shared use between several people (or a hurry guy like me…), where you don’t know what was the setting the previous user left in the mixer.

    I also agree that levels can be lowered on the FOH itself, but I think starting with everything muted could be more convenient.

    Maybe not as an option that may be overwritten by the previous user, but as a trick like holding down one the buttons when powering on.

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