I did a search and couldn't find any thread about this, but I feel like I'm missing something really obvious here...I'm setting up an SD10 in a shop to do a monitor gig. I want to use just 1 Solo Bus (it's all wedges), have the inputs PFL always, and the outputs AFL always. In other words, without toggling the AFL switch on the solo control area on the surface. This is how pretty much every console I've ever used (which is almost all of them) works as default, and I can't at all see a way to make this do it, even through workarounds like Macros. I'm already brainstorming a summing circuit to use both solo busses into one amp circuit for my listen, but that seems like a lot of effort to accomplish something so simple.I've only used DiGiCo product in the past to do FOH and this never really caught my attention.Any help would be much appreciated.Phil
I don't follow - why can't you just use both solo busses, one AFL and one PFL , and set the direct outs for both to your cue? I'd have to look at the desk to see how mine is configured though, I can't remember
Thanks for everyone's responses...Jens - Your suggestion is probably the closest thing to a solution. The only 2 problems I have are I can't spare 2 graphic eq's for this (96 input, 26 mix show), and even if I could the master fader can only be assigned to control one solo bus at a time. It'll probably be easier in the long run to just use the hard AFL switch in the Solo control area on the surface. Once we're through soundcheck I should be able to pretty much leave it in AFL mode anyway.Peter - Yes I've done listening tests both ways both modes and it won't switch unless you hit that button (which also clears the solo bus forcing you to re-solo whatever it was you were trying to listen to which is an extra special PITA!). I'm with you, this is a glaring oversight to me, and I can't believe with the number of these on major tours doing monitors that this hasn't been addressed in a software update.Steve - Thanks for posting the manual clipping. I had read it and unfortunately, because there doesn't seem to be a solution, the manual doesn't address this particular issue anywhere.I still hope I'm missing something obvious, so if anyone else has any thoughts, I'd welcome them.Phil
If you are running post-fader as a Mon console what does it matter?
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