ooooh oooh.......I think I got it again. Still got to get my head around these setting but I can at least access it again within a few button pushes and slider moves. I'd still appreciate any tips you may have to help me move along my personal path of adventure !!!
Like I said a while back, the main difference with a digital desk over the analog "equivalent" is now all your routing is in the box, sort of "virtual cabling". You'll get it quick enough. Just make sure you verify signal at each point. The FX engines all have small meters just to the side of the label for each of the four FX's.Another thing to remember is to check that you have either assigned or enabled things. There is often another step to do after selecting something from a menu, such as "select", "enable" or sometimes a box that needs to be checked.With the FX bus, you need to go to the "back panel" of your selected effect and select how it is routed back to the mix, either direct to mains, back to a channel or an insert. But you'll find this all out and then see that most if not all of it is actually mentioned in the manual, but for me it wasn't all clear until I had worked through it "hands on", referring to the manual in the process. Eventually it all sank in and once it did, I began to get more of an intuitive sense of this "virtual cabling". Send me a PM if you want to sit down with your board and chat real-time and hands-on.
Did anyone ever tell you that you are a really helpful and encouraging guy?Thanks Dick. I'm getting it. I think I panicked. For a female (no offense to anyone here as we girls tend to be more emotional than logical) I am quite logical and if something works one minute but not the next I have to be 100% sure as to what I did differently. That is what was confusing me. I was throwing up sliders and getting stuff to happen - not a good plan I realize. I worked out that although I had set up each of my effects, and knew how to make the sends work with FX mix button assigned, I wasn't setting the return sliders on layer 2 before returning to layer 1 so unless I hit every slider, I got no effects. Simple now I know....i'll keep playing and if I need more help (which might be the case at some point), I'll PM you - I really appreciate that Dick and hope you don't mind.......
I went through exactly the same stage of getting things to work but not really grokking all that I had done to get it to come out. It sorts itself out after a while, though.Thanks for your kind words.If you get the iPad app, you'll have access to an extra "user" layer, so four layers instead of three.
I feel a bit silly right now and need help again with the QU16 ( Maybe Dick Rees??) So I am taking it out for the first time this weekend and I am very excited. I can get to everything I need quickly and I am finally thinking in the digital language. However, I figured I'd go one step further and record the first show multi channel. I have my hard drive set up, I've been able to record my voice through a mic - or at least I can see the meters responding. Problem is when I try to play it back - nothing. I know that it is a routing issue but I cannot find what is wrong. The manual now doesn't correspond to the display since I did the 2 firmware updates and I am going crazy trying to get the playback to work. I have scanned the WWW and I have tried the default assigned to ST1 and LR but no luck...WHat am I missing QU16 experts??
Things are often not where I think they should be in the Qu-16 menus. Here's a clip from the manual. You have to set the source of all of the channels to USB for multitrack playback.From the processing screen, hit the function button. Click "All" then "USB". Make sure the "Global USB Source" is set to "Qu Drive".
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