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  • #107294
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    Nope, touchbar and tapdelay respectively…

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    #107037
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    You’re not going to solve that in the board. I think your best bet is to deaden the room.

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    #106998
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    I’ve had that happen when the monitors were very loud (in a rather small concrete boxy room). Try lowering the monitorvolume.

    Good luck.

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    #106874
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    How is the balance if you PAFL that mix ?

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    #106872
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    Another double check, if you route 1 mono channel to the mixes do you still have a weak signal on one side even with pan in the centre ?

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    #106870
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    Nope, use a larger stick instead 😉

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    #106822
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    You can’t; the output of the FX always goes to an FX-return which you then can assign to FOH and/or mixes/groups (unless you’re using that fx as an insert in a channel)

    Good luck !

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    #106751
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    Most likely you made just a stereo recording. Next time arm the 18 tracks below the stereo screen and you’ll be golden !

    Good luck !

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    #106744
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    As Mike indicated, the cause for the differences in sound probably is where in the signalchain you are picking the recorded sound from.
    Normally (at least for me) you want to record the signal “au naturel”. For this you pick off right at the input -> the recording sounds exactly the same as what is coming into the desk in a live situation. This also has the benefit that if you play back those recordings any processing you’re applying better represents what happens live.

    In summation: what probably happened is that you recorded the ladies without processing and the rest with processing. Find the buttons Mike alluded to in the pic and you’re set.

    Good luck !

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    #106741
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    Good morning to you too.

    Maybe you have accidentally panned the input(s) that you’ve assigned to the mixes in question to one side ?

    + to be sure try some other cables and device you’re sending the mixes to.

    Good luck !

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    #106698
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    You can’t, there’s no such thing for the Qu series. Sorry on behalf of the entire A&H team !

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    #106439
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    Nope

    #106149
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    I’ve measured a 3,5 dB signal loss per channel when I use my ART S8 splitters. Easy to compensate with the gain knob. No further sound impact.

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    #105998
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    If you assign those channels to a group/mix and record that instead of the seperate channels you’d be done. Unassign the channels / assign the group/mix in the usb routing page.

    However: since most daw’s can record much more channels than 16 why would you want to do that ? If need be you can always group several inputs in the daw after the recording.

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    #105963
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    The exact same way as you add those fx to main LR !

    Some usefull links:

    Good luck !

    Giga

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