Forum Replies Created

Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 1,213 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #96549
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    I’ve got an AX11 here.

    I believe if you switch to “A” (the physical switches on the opposite side to the XLRs) that forces it to use the internal mic. This uses AGC and the level pots do not work in this mode.

    To use the XLR inputs you must be switched to “M”. The other switches should be set to “Line” for an input from the desk and adjust the two pots as needed.

    Why are you only using one input? Is there anything in the other one?

    #96545
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    No completely, no πŸ™‚

    But you don’t need to worry about switching from Main LR to the group to make adjustments to levels. The level for main & any groups will always be the same – if you swap from one to another, you’ll not see the fader move.

    So once you’ve set up a group with any eq, comp etc that you want, you can just mix as “normal” with Maim LR selected.

    #96513
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    The SQ itself always runs at 96kHz and can record at this rate to USB B (32 channels) or SQ Drive (16 Channel)*.

    The Slink port can convert incoming signals from 48kHz to 96kHz, and outgoing from 96kHz to 48kHz, but all boxes you use must run at the same rate – you can’t mix sample rates on one port.

    If the 48kHz initial rate is acceptable to you, the an AR2412 with an AR84 is probably the very cheapest way of getting 32 remote inputs.

    * SQ Drive can do up to 32 channels, but at only 48kHz

    #96467
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    It has no output controls that your operating system can control. It has them built into the desk though, and I assume Reaper has input level controls too.

    So should be no problem.

    #96466
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    This is normal.

    The metering the DAW uses 0dB as a maximum, while the desk has 0dB at -18 of the max to allow plenty of headroom.

    If you clip on the DAW, you can go back and do it again – if you clip while live in a PA while recording, you’re stick with it.

    #96432
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    Not something I’d normally recommend, but how about adding something like this – fed from the Alt Out, and then calibrated as you require?

    #96431
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    I believe it’s only switchable on a per mix level.

    #96418
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    Sorry – Post removed.

    There’s no point. πŸ™

    #96414
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    @volounteer

    What sort of mic do you use for your pastor, and the others. How far from it are they when speaking, and does the distance change much while they’re speaking?

    #96413
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    I like Apollo stuff too. But you’d be using the QU’s preamps anyway even if you could send direct outs to the Apollo.

    #96298
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    Don’t route the Playback to the main mix.

    Route it to (for instance) 9&10, along with as much of your vocal & effects as you want, and use that for your headphone mix.

    To stop it going to the main mix (assuming the default settings with pre fade mix) keep the playback channel’s fader down for the L&R mix. Only put it up in 9&10.

    #96295
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    Are you able to record anything with USB B ?

    All the settings for recording to Qu Drive & USB B are the same I think, so if it’s working as you want for one, it should when you switch to the other – as long as the computer is recording the same channels.

    #96282
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    Which desk do you have?
    Press the Mix button on the right for the mix you want to adjust.
    The faders now control how much signal goes to that mix. The master fader is now the master for that mix too. Repeat for each mix.

    #96280
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    You have full control over how much of each input gets sent to each output. Then each output has its own master volume.

    #96238
    Profile photo of MarkPAman
    MarkPAman
    Participant

    There seem to be quite a few things called iRig, and we don’t know what your rack is πŸ™

    If I’ve understood what you want to do correctly, take a look at the Alt Out outputs of the Qu-Pac. Any of the desk’s outputs can be patched to these. So you could use these to send L+R to your stream, or you could set up a mix for the stream.

Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 1,213 total)