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#1 HardyKefes

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Posted 25 August 2013 - 09:42 AM

There are some icons for 'stereo out' which I want to use by sending Monitor C & D to another system. The icon shows C/D but under Monitor only C can be regulated. Also the D does not come through and is inactive. This is also for 'Computer out', 'Mix out', 'record out'.

What am I doing wrong? Or how can I send the stereo out to C and D monitor and can regulate each channel individually?


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#2 jaminjimlp

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Posted 25 August 2013 - 11:33 AM

I looked at the advanced manual and don't think that you can get a stereo mix out of 2 monitors they will both be mono. you could go to another mixer with the main outs and use L6 link for main speakers. the computer main mix out should give the same result as the main outs and L6 link pa speakers.


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Posted 25 August 2013 - 08:33 PM

The stereo monitors were added in the update v1.10. You can either press "make stereo" in setup mode after plugging in 2 xlr to monitor A/B or C/D or choose a stereo preset. Both outputs are then configured as a stereo pair and have one control, for example level, EQ etc for both sides.
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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:11 AM

Whoah, this is good news I didn't realize I could do this.  I just posted in another thread about how I was able to set up a nice IEM stereo mix using channel A and B and just adjusting the levels to each channel.  I'm going to have to look into this a little more it may make things even easier.


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:37 AM

Actually the thing that I can't seem to find when doing this is being able to pan instruments in the monitors.  There isn't much point in setting up a stereo monitor mix if you can't pan individual instruments so I'll stick with my other method.  I guess it's good if you already have all stereo inputs?  I assume that this would translate that way, but I'm not sure.  Even if I pan an instrument in the main mix it doesn't get panned in the linked AB monitor mix, so either I'm missing something or there has been a bit of an oversight on the usefulness of this feature.  Maybe a future update?  Add pan control for stereo monitor mixes.


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:44 AM

When the monitors are stereo linked the pan is the same as for the main mix. If you want different pan's in the monitors then the method you are describing works. And- yes- a separate pan for a stereo monitor would make sense.


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 01:30 PM

I'll have to mess with it again, do I have to set the panning in the main mix before I set up the stereo pair.  Adjusting the pan in the stereo mix didn't seem to do anything when I tried it out.


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#8 HardyKefes

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 02:21 PM

Can you please explain how to "make stereo"?

Here is what I did:

I plugged in two xlr from Monitor C and D to connect with PC interface inputs (or other recorder)

Then I went 'setup'; Category 'Output'; select 'record out', 'add to stage'

It shows C/D.

Now going to 'Monitor': Monitor D can not be selected, only Monitor C, channel for Monitor D has no signal.

Something seems not working or I am not doing it right.

Same behavior if I select 'Stereo Monitor' or 'Computer out' or 'Headphones'. All show the C/D but only C hasd a signal and can be regulated.


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 02:36 PM

Actually I got it to work by first unplugging C and D, then setting up and plugging C and D in again. Don't understand why I would have to do this. Still, only C can be regulated in Monitor mode


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Posted 29 August 2013 - 08:44 PM

That's cool! I learn
Something new about this thing everyday
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Posted 30 August 2013 - 03:15 AM

Actually I got it to work by first unplugging C and D, then setting up and plugging C and D in again. Don't understand why I would have to do this. Still, only C can be regulated in Monitor mode

I think this is the point of making it a stereo pair, then C controls both sides.  That way you can make volume and EQ adjustments etc.to C and it will affect C and D evenly.  As far as unplugging setting up and then plugging in, I have to do the same to get it to work.  I guess it's just the way the firmware works at the moment. 


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