• To me, these are three distinct lines, GLD just happens to have he fewest products.

    I would never be able to justify an ilive, let alone a dlive for our church, but the QU is unacceptable for ‘walk up and use it’ install work because it’s not wysiwyg enough… Labeling channels clearly becomes difficult and the board feels very cramped in a…[Read more]

  • Ya, setting a dedicated hardware delay with tap tempo is much easier. I have lots of experience with tap tempo, and this is definitely not the best.

    I’d actually be interested in a ‘tempo bus’ where the current tempo of whatever was assigned to this bus would be translated to the global tempo of the desk. DJ setups have been doing this for years…[Read more]

  • Anyone at all?? Maybe there’s a problem with my desk. If I’m the only one having this issue, do I need to replace the desk?

    -Brian

  • Ya I think the important thing to consider is that the Ethernet midi only works via the Mac/Windows driver so I do not think you could connect an Ethernet cable between them and get midi. You would need a computer to translate.

    I’m actually looking at using a PUC+ to send midi out of the GLD via Bluetooth to Luminair on an iPad which connects to…[Read more]

  • Apple encouraging software developers to support only the latest version of their OS is really starting to bug me. People use different versions for various reasons. I have a Mac Pro from 2007 that is still a very viable machine, except I can only run OS X 10.7.x… I’d love it if I could run the editor… Meanwhile, I can run the Windows version…[Read more]

  • I think the fact that the fader becomes the send level for the current aux mix is confusing you.

    Try this: Press select on the channel you want to send to your aux mix. Press the processing button to the right of the touchscreen. Now tap on the routing tab, then select the tab containing your aux mixes. You should now see an LCD screen full of…[Read more]

  • Hey guys, I recently got a GLD-80 and I’m very happy with it. It has great advanced processing/routing features like parallel processing etc., but also has a very simple and unintimidating appearance, which is perfect for volunteers. The one issue I’ve noticed when operating the desk locally is that the tap tempo lags behind the actual taps i…[Read more]

  • Hey guys, I recently got a GL-80 and I’m very happy with it. It has great advanced processing/routing features like parallel processing etc., but also has a very simple and unintimidating appearance, which is perfect for volunteers. The one issue I’ve noticed when operating the desk locally is that the tap tempo lags behind the actual taps i…[Read more]

  • Madi isn’t proprietary, but it’s still expensive…

    The benefit of Madi card is a physical word clock in or out.

    Also, I have a set of Euphonix Madi converters that sound absolutely amazing so I’ll probably go Madi and pick up multitrack recording and 28 additional line level i/o sockets at the same time.

    That’s the other big benefit of…[Read more]

  • On GLD, selecting a channel (which shows that channel on the lcd screen) then selecting the routing tab will let you assign/unassign from a dca group… To me this is nearly identical to having mute group assign buttons on the channel.

    I also use dca mute groups exclusively with the soft keys, which makes them functionally identical to mute…[Read more]

  • Does this work differently than GLD remote? With GLD, it doesnt matter what restrictions you impose on a user locally, logging in remotely (editor or app) as ANY user gives complete admin rights regardless of the permissions associated with that user. This is keeping me from plugging the GLD into a network at all! The permissions only apply when…[Read more]

  • This is very cool! I like how the fader banks and the channel processing board use regular USB connections. Pretty insightful pictures! Looks like there’s an extra dimm slot… I wonder what an extra gig of ram would do?!

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