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  • #104905
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    Hi Spookt,

    You are located in Belgium?

    Why not contact XLR Pro (Distribution) or send an email to support.

    #104503
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    DX Expander inputs will appear as inputs 65-96 (DX1) and 97-128 (DX2) on the SLink port. DX Expander outputs will appear as outputs 65-96 (DX1) and 97-128 (DX2) on the SLink port.
    https://www.allen-heath.com/media/AP11651_6-GX4816-Getting-Started-Guide-Issue-6.pdf

    The SQ will only show Slink.
    The DX in/outs wil show as listed in the Getting started guide.

    More info on Slink here: https://www.allen-heath.com/media/SLinkConnections_V1_5_0.pdf

    #104129
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    Thats were you submit any technical issue you might have. (Potential bugs can also be submitted here
    There is no external issue tracker.
    And if you are based in Germany you can always contact https://distribution.audio-technica.eu/de/

    #104125
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    #103183
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    You have the Listen button.
    This allows you to listen to a signal almost anywhere in the signal chain.
    It will also show you the level of the signal @ that specific point on the PAFL meters.

    Makes it a lot easier I guess.

    And if the Peak LED lits on a channel it means the signal is clipping somewhere in the signal chain.
    It could make you worry less about the metering?

    #103133
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    Hi Matt,

    you will need a gigaACE card in the DM0 for a 128ch backbone between the 2 DM’s.

    The main gigaACE link on the DM is for connecting a surface only.

    #103107
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    Would it be more helpful to contact your dealer or open a ticket with support?

    #103106
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    The config of the IP8 is stored in the slot on your surface ore mix rack.
    There are 16 slots on each mix rack or surface.

    These slots (And there config’s) are stored in scene’s (and the scene’s are stored in the show file).
    You can simply disconnect the IP8 (In software) from a specific config slot and reconnect it to a different one (On the same or other device).

    Make sure you disconnect an IP8 from a slot first, instead of trying to force it to connect, as this on boot up of the system would result in random connections (Whoever is first).

    You can even change the config of an IP8 by changing a scene!

    There is no need to reset the IP8 as the ip8 is reset everytimes its powered up (And then retrieves the config from the slot its connected to.

    #103105
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    Hi GGWO,

    The DT168 are Dante enabled boxes, The DX168 are DX (AH proprietary protocol) enabled boxes.
    The DT’s need initial setup and can be mixed with any Dante enabled device.
    The DX boxes are plug and play and always 96kHz (DT you can choose).
    You can send the Inputs from the DX boxes thru Tielines (without processing) or thru direct outs/busses to an SQ Dante card.
    The only disadvantage is that the SQ always have to on.
    If you use the DT boxes depending on you config the SQ can be turned off.

    In your case I would have a look @ the ME system as this would only require and extra slink card (Or you can use AB/AR audio racks).
    This would lower your latency and will give more flexibility to your Personal Monitoring System. (40 channels instead of 16).

    #102102
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    Hi Jh3500,

    Do you have 18 Matrices in your DSP config ?
    You could have 62 Matrices on a dLive system If you have created these in you busconfig.
    If the Busses are not created it shows up as a Yellow/Grey striped item when online.
    This means the Control object has nothing to control (Bus is not created, Wrongly assigned etc).
    DCA’s 1-24 are always there as they are part of the fixed system.

    #101818
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    Hi RunHyper,
    Sounds like you are using the channels Mono.
    If the keyboard is coming into 2 Mono channels have you panned 1 channel to left and the other to the Right?
    If you have both channels panned center (So both channels will send to both left and right) you have a Mono signal on your channel PAFL but both L&R from the keyboard summed to Mono on the LRMix PAFL.

    This will probably result in a Thin and very Non “Spatial” sound.

    From the Scenes page on the iPad try to press and hold “Reset mix settings”
    Then Insert the Keyboard into channel 1 & 2
    Pan channel 1 to the Left
    Pan channel 2 to the right
    Turn Fader 1 & 2 to 0dB
    Listen to the LR mix PAFL.

    #100051
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    https://www.allen-heath.com/media/Avantis-Firmware-Reference-Guide-V1.03.pdf

    1 Page 72>
    2. No, if you want to store the updates scene’s you have to store the show manually

    #99933
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    DT168

    DT164-W

    And there are small Dante boxes coming this summer

    #99855
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    Users logging in to the console with Custom control or One mix does NOT trigger a scene recall assigned to a specific user.
    Logging in on the console DOES recall an assigned scene.
    If you do not want this simply do NOT assign a scene recall on login (default is NOT set).

    If you have many Custom control and one mix devices (Remember Max 12 OneMix is advised and max 40 TCP/IP connections to the Avantis) it could be you are saturating your WiFi connection. This could result in lag (And musicians moving faders around where they don’t hear any changes) but will be cued and spit out later (TCP/IP).
    Use something like Wireshark to check check you network traffic.

    Remember that if you are using more then 3/4 devices on a standard Acces point (real time data) most non Professional AP’s will have trouble coping.

    Disconnect everything and start a step by step fault finding procedure.
    If all is connected and setup correctly you should not have any issues like you are describing.

    You can always reach out to your supplier or local distributor to help out.

    If you need more then the 40 connections have a look @ the ME system where you can use as many ME devices as you want.
    Each ME can create a separate mix for a musician.

    #99840
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    The SQ will only take 1 midi connection @ the time.

    You can have a look @ the BomeBox to create a redundant link

    (Sq will connect to BomeBox and the mac’s will connect thru the Bome network to the Bome Box, Both of them can talk to the SQ).

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