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 21 
 on: Yesterday at 11:39:50 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Caleb Dueck


I agree with Jeff, this is what QU should have been. and there should be a ~6.5k board that combines GLD & SQ for an in-between QU/Dlive C series... meh whatever?

My vote for GLD replacement is an SQ7.  Processing in the surface instead of in the stage rack.  Larger surface with a few more knobs. 

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 22 
 on: Yesterday at 11:36:08 pm 
Started by Jonathan Arce - Last post by Ron Ventour
Is there a firmware update for the srx boxes as stated above...canít seem to find no info no where.

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 11:33:58 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Nathan Riddle
- when Patching from the channel & selecting the type of input (unassign, local, SLink, USB, IO Port, signal generator) the default should be whatever that channel normally is (IE ch 4 = default to #4 of usb/IO/sLink/Local).

- Tube stage even maxed out is quite subtle on any setting. Perhaps I'm not using it correctly though. I did have a thought of using the tube stage as a 'trim' feature. But it is changing the sound even when I have the dials turned to off as much as I can tell. Need to run smaart through it and see whats going on :)

 24 
 on: Yesterday at 11:14:27 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Nathan Riddle
I wish we could do that, but seems renting is not an option by the church board. I really want to experience that 96khz goodness tho.

That's why I tend to be the silent reader, learn quite a lot from here (except in regards to procuring products 8))

That's just silly. I've never understood how a church board dictates so much in tech decisions. & my target market is churches! hah

FYI, I wouldn't really care about the 96kHz I'd care more about scribble strips & sound quality & capability.

We have plenty of people from all timezones here ;)

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 11:09:49 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Nathan Riddle
Okay so I've just played around with my SQ6 in my office.

Spent forever (I'm not well versed with DAW's) figuring out how to make Studio One and then Tracktion send multitrack to the board. [SQ AISO driver installed fine on W7 x64 and showed up immediately... once I plugged it in  :-[ ]

Tried midi for you Kevin; couldn't get anything :(

Some initial thoughts in no particular order:

-  Chromatic Channel Metering is excellent. I changed the "lower nominal level" color to yellow from 'green'. and moved the "active open mic" lower limit to -55dB from -50dB. I think that should be the default. I also think there should be extra buttons to load 'presets' eg. this preset works great for this recording/multitrack session. Live will probably be different. Shows contain the settings for this.

- The Layer buttons flash red when clipping is occurring indicating issues on other layers. Perfect. (there is a separate peak light that lights ~3 or 4 dB before 1kHz audible clipping).

- Really needs some way to speed up routing/patching all the inputs.
*patch - one-to-one patch all button
*DCA & Mute Grp assign - blocks of 8 and or select all buttons

- Turning control needs to pop-up the value on the screen

- Processing button always goes to home view (multiple input view) It should toggle to a channel view

- If I press HPF section of the channel overview it should send me to the EQ portion so I can see the HPF

- I don't like HPF being white/grey [most devices use that as off/unselected] HPF should be purple and LF EQ should be green

- view button to see processing is desperately needed (I saw a suggestion to add a setting to change the 'In' button to 'view' for that processing block)

- I just realized the matricies (really all the outputs) have a source select and can be 'mixed' into what the aux/matrix/group/main has. The problem is the outputs are not "phase coherent" with the inputs, perhaps with eachother, but the pink noise is definitely different when combining the [main output > matrix + ch output > matrix]

- I'd like a 'mode' where anytime I do anything the screen goes to that processing view for that channel/encoder/button. The screen seems to always end up in a state that isn't usable and I have to go hunting for the processing view I 'want' I'd rather the screen just follow what I'm doing. But I can see when that wouldn't be helpful, so... make it a toggle (perhaps when programing/during practice but not during show, so you can make internal changes and mix at the same time.

- Scribble strips should have been larger, and we want control of the colors. [though i couldn't care less about the 'symbols' for instruments and such, no one looks at that...just the name.]

- the view button should just toggle between modes (name, input, input type) not the weird press and double press and hold stuff.

- channel names should be longer

- REALLY REALLY REALLY want the trim to be an ACTUAL DIGITAL trim not another preamp gain control :( digital boards really should just come with this

- never used any sort of tube stage. Really curious as to how that sounds/works.

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Overall a good board. Lots of little things to nit pick at. Other products we're comparing to are fully mature. over the next year or two we shall see substantial development for SQ ecosystem. They're getting the basics out of the way, connectivity; core features. Updates will come, though I still think QU needs one last update (beyond 2.93...) before they abandon it... :/

I agree with Jeff, this is what QU should have been. and there should be a ~6.5k board that combines GLD & SQ for an in-between QU/Dlive C series... meh whatever?

 26 
 on: Yesterday at 10:37:02 pm 
Started by Douglas R. Allen - Last post by Mike Pyle
Hi Mike!

Yes the stage boxes are cascaded. Aes50 A from m32r.  Into aes50A in dl16 set to 1-8.  Aes50B out of DL16 to aes50 a in the s16. S16 set to 9-16. +8 light is on in the front of the S16. Lock A and B is on for the DL16. Lock A for the S16. Both units show up in the M32r's routing page and solid lock. 

Routing is as pictured but here is my point. In the aes50 output routing 9-16 to the S16 something has to be routed for it to send it. For outputs 1-8 I have patched what I want to the local xlr outs and aes50A 1-8 out sends this to my dl16 with no problems. The m32r only has 2 blocks of 4 to assign bus/matrix/direct to. These can then be assigned to the aes50 outputs as/where needed.  How can I send 4 blocks of 4 for 16 total via aes50 to my 2 stage boes when the M32r only has a total of 8 outs to assign to the aes50a outs. Is this a design limitation of the smaller desk?

Thanks for the reply

Doug

I believe the "XLR out" routing tab is only for routing signal to the 8 physical XLR outputs on the console in groups of 4. In your case you have done that, then simply duplicated that routing to your DL16. The configuration that you need to do is in the "Out 1-16" tab. Ignore the asterisk and assign the mix buses to an output. Then assign the outputs on the aes50 tab.

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 10:04:48 pm 
Started by Jonathan Johnson - Last post by Tim McCulloch
The church has a basement. This was posted in The Basement. Is that good enough for ya?

It wins the Relatively Literal Award!

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 10:02:22 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Andrien (No Last Name)
Could you rent until you can get SQ? SQ is wayy more board than QU.
I wish we could do that, but seems renting is not an option by the church board. I really want to experience that 96khz goodness tho.

We tend to be USA/North America-centric here.  There is a field in your Forum Profile settings called "personal text" that you can use to display your location, and you can be as specific or vague as you choose.

That's why I tend to be the silent reader, learn quite a lot from here (except in regards to procuring products 8))

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 09:46:50 pm 
Started by Gian Luca Cavalliini - Last post by Diogo Nunes Pereira


What is the noise floor that each unit is showing you? If the RF Explorer has a noise floor of say, -85 and the Kaltman has an NF of -95 then you can see that there's a 10db difference in sensitivity.

Isn't the noise floor in RF analysers dependent on RBW (Resolution Bandwidth)? I know the RFExplorer has an RBW value that changes accordingly dependant on span. Don't know if you can change the RBW on the Kaltman leaving the span intact... What are the RBW settings on both units?

I wonder, would different sensitivities still get you the same power metering on a carrier frequency?

I might be hijacking the thread while providing no answers. Sorry for that...

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 30 
 on: Yesterday at 09:41:41 pm 
Started by Keith Broughton - Last post by Henry Cohen
Interesting, however I've experienced many more issues with mic heads sweating out than with RF problems.
It would certainly be helpful in corporate situations where sweaty actors aren't a problem!

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