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  • #80285
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    Thanks for the input. I try to trust my ears but my hearing loss/tinnitus sometimes makes that problematic. The mic itself is extremely flat so the eq has been easy to work on.

    Phil

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    Well, I thought I had the Scene Next Go working but that is not the case. It does show the next scene at the bottom of the screen as Next but it does not recall the scene. Do I need another soft key to actually select Next as the active scene? Currently I have soft key 6 as Scene Recall Go with Auto Increment selected and Soft Key 7 as Scene Previous.

    Thanks, Phil

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    I recently ordered two of these, PNY Attache USB 2.0 Flash Drive, 64GB, Black, 2 Pack (P-FD64GX2ATT03-MP), from Amazon and they formatted recorded and played back quite well.

    Phil

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    Thanks, that is what I have programmed on two soft keys.

    #5 is Scene Next Go
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    #6 is Scene previous

    I don’t anticipate needing to use this but one just never knows. I will try this again today.

    Thanks, Phil

    #79447
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    You do have some dimming control by holding the setup key and rotating the multifunction knob.

    Phil

    #78629
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    Thanks, the description was a bit misleading.

    Phil

    #78510
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    Our first attempt at making a two track recording on the Qu 32 to a thumb drive was not very successful. The record level was being controlled by the master fader. The solution was to change the output patch to the Qu Drive from the Master L/R to a Matrix 1/2.

    This was accomplished by selecting the “setup” button to the right of the touch screen,

    Selecting the “Output Patch” tab, and then the “USB Audio” tab just below the Output “Patch tab”

    In the lower left-hand corner click on channel 17 and use the touch screen rotary knob to scroll through and choose “MTX 1 L”

    Tuen click on channel 18 and use the touch screen rotary knob to scroll through and choose “MTX 2R”…. hit “APPLY”

    A tip…. after assigning a channel, you can hit the “Fn” key (lower left below the touch screen) and the next channel will automatically advance to the next available number. NICE!

    Choose the LR mix button in the master section just above the master fader with the blue light, then hit the “Routing” button to the right of the touch screen,

    Select the “Matrix Sends” tab, make sure Mix LR is displayed (upper left) to show we are sending the LR to this matrix 1-2.

    Set the first button to “Pre” the next button “On”

    Center the pan and set the level to 0 db.

    0 db is a good place to start to get decent healthy level.

    The Matrix (MTX 1-2) master fader is on the second “Layer” It is the second to last fader from the far right and it will be your recording level master.

    To start recording go to “Home” choose the “Stereo” tab and you will see the small meters just to the left of the transport controls for record, playback and stop.

    Our last recorded effort was much better and resulted in .WAV files that were useable.

    This is how it was explained to me, I hope it helps.

    Phil

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    Thanks for all of the hints using AMM. The fall show od our performing arts club will be my first attempt with it.

    Phil

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    That is in the near future. Our next theatre event will have at least 8 headsets in use and we will try the AMM then.

    Phil

    #78478
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    The event went great. We had 5 headsets and one handheld SM58 wireless in use. I started with the Beta58 preset and worked from that. Three female voices and two male. The only problem was one of the women sounding like a breaching whale between her lines. A bit of compression and it was much more under control. All in all a fun evening of murder mystery fun with lots of audience participation.

    Thanks for the hints along the way.

    Phil

    #78440
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    Thanks Alex, that was the problem for sure. Playing music from the thumb drive and loving it.

    Phil

    #78412
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    Thanks Alex, I will check those things the next time I am at the console. Hopefully Saturday.

    Phil

    #78397
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    I didn’t export at all, I simply copied the files to the playback directory. The timer displays the file is being played but there is no strength on the meters and no sound in the mains.

    Phil

    #78383
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    Thanks George, that is about what I was thinking for a starting point.

    #78304
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    My wife just tried reading a thumb drive that was formatted and used on our Qu 32 and it worked just fine.

    Phil

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