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FX to Monitor B Spills to Monitor A
by altonabeach on 2013-01-19 04:50:04

Today I started soundchecking monitors and FX sends to Monitors. I Turned all FX sends to monitorA  to 0 (OFF)  AND a bit of FX A & D TO MONITOR B  but I still get an FX D in Monit.B (Analog Delay) spillage to Monitor A wich should be dry! ....

I set main FOH speakers with Reverb and Analog Delay (FX A and FX D),  but I'd like MonitorA ( Vocals) dry and Monitor B (Guitars) with some effects (A & D)

Any idea on how I can resolve this unwanted spillage of FX D in Monitor B (Analog delay) spilling to Monitor A?

I would appreciate some consideration to this case...



Re: FX to Monitor B Spills to Monitor A
by altonabeach on 2013-01-19 07:26:35

An Update on this spillage problem....It seems that vocals to monitor A  spills a bit to Monitor B.....

Sorry guys, I hope I'm not confusing the issue.....Help!!!



Re: FX to Monitor B Spills to Monitor A
by ArneLine6 on 2013-01-19 09:47:24

Maybe you have the vocals send to the global fx and the fx send to Monitor A and to Monitor B. This means that the reverb part of the vocals is audible in Monitor B as long as the global reverb is send to Monitor B. You can try to turn down the FX to Monitor for Monitor B. It could also be any of the 4 4 FX to Monitor sends. To get to the bottom of this try to to turn down all 4 FX to monitor sends to all 4 monitors. (FX A, B, C, D to Monitor A, B, C, and D). If the monitor sends are not turned down all the way and the monitor sends are linked (green button) they will follow the main mix channel level.



Re: FX to Monitor B Spills to Monitor A
by altonabeach on 2013-01-22 02:44:25

There Is no effect send to monitor A - Effexts are sent only to monitor B.

Vocal channel has FX in Main out only.

Guitar has FX in Main out and Monitor B.

I hear FX PART OF THE VOCALS IN MONITOR B.

Amy solution?




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