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Best Answer litesnsirens , 26 September 2013 - 09:57 AM

sure just use the quick capture as you normally would and then let it play back while you tweak your monitor mix.  If you don't want front of house going while your doing this turn it down using the master volume knob.  If you mute all it mutes the individual channels from the monitors as well.  I would suggest once your done you bring the FOH back up again as it usually has an impact on how you hear the monitors.  Also I think the quick capture erases when you turn off the M20d so if you want something you can use gig to gig, you'll need to record something to the SD card.

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 07:01 AM

quick capture monitor mix? is there a way to use a recordin or a 20 second quick capture to tune your monitor mixs?


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 09:57 AM   Best Answer

sure just use the quick capture as you normally would and then let it play back while you tweak your monitor mix.  If you don't want front of house going while your doing this turn it down using the master volume knob.  If you mute all it mutes the individual channels from the monitors as well.  I would suggest once your done you bring the FOH back up again as it usually has an impact on how you hear the monitors.  Also I think the quick capture erases when you turn off the M20d so if you want something you can use gig to gig, you'll need to record something to the SD card.


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