Does it have mute groups?On my LS9 I have a mute group for the band inputs. The MC mic is not in the group. When the band stood, one push and the band inputs are muted. I can unmute the MC manually.
Yes four mute groups but they mute the inputs so we can't set monitors if the channel is muted. I guess there's no good way to do it. Our other mixers have subgroups so it's not a problem. I've worked with smaller mixers before. It's more of a nuisance than anything.
The App has 2 large buttons.A green "FX On" button and a red "FX Off" button. They control the mute setting of FX returns 1 to 4.And above these buttons, there's a simple text-box to type in a simple comment. The lead singer requested this text box, so that he can type in the name of the bride and groom :-)Then there's a settings page, where you can enter the IP address of the Qu-16.Connect the Qu-16 to your network, set it's DHCP setting to on, and go to the diagnostics page, to see it's actual IP address.Make sure that your phone is connected to the same network using Wifi.That's all for now.The app isn't available in google play. But if anyone is interested, then I can put up a URL to the .apk file so that you can download and install it for yourself....www.feestband.nu/qu_16_appDisclaimer: use at your own risk. I cannot guarantee anything, even if the app will continue to work with future firmware versions, because A&H didn't release any official specifications yet.- George
I managed to create an initial release of an Android tablet app, to remote control the Qu-16.Visit my site for more info.- George
Regarding Qu-Drive multitrack recording / playback...I purchased a Seagate Slim 500 GB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive a few months ago and have used it a few times with the Qu-16. Before an event I was using Qu-Drive to play back multitrack files so that I could get a feel for the room, set monitor levels, etc. I noticed that if the hard drive was bumped at all, the playback would pause momentarily then continue.
Regarding Qu-Drive multitrack recording / playback...I purchased a Seagate Slim 500 GB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive a few months ago and have used it a few times with the Qu-16. Before an event I was using Qu-Drive to play back multitrack files so that I could get a feel for the room, set monitor levels, etc. I noticed that if the hard drive was bumped at all, the playback would pause momentarily then continue. This concerns me that when recording, the same thing may happen. I think the hard drive may have some built-in shock protection that retracts the heads to keep anything internal from physically touching when it senses a shock.I began looking at alternatives in either SSD's or USB flash drives - both of which are warned against in the manual. I ended up getting a SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 Flash Drive. This particular drive has tested with the fastest speeds available for a flash drive. It is faster than the HDD previously used so I assumed it should work. My assumption was correct. There have been no issues recording or playing back multitrack from this flash drive. It also formats faster than the HDD. The only downside to this flash drive is it's slightly long and could possible be hit and broken while sticking up out of the board. I plan to get a short USB extension cable to eliminate this possibility.Anyone else have any tips for recording multitrack with the Qu-16?
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