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 on: Today at 08:57:11 pm 
Started by Dustin Campbell - Last post by Bradford "BJ" James
Just a quick note to add. I usually assign a soft key to Mute ďallĒ as a holy shit button.

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 on: Today at 08:51:50 pm 
Started by Dustin Campbell - Last post by Bradford "BJ" James
Good to know. Thanks for checking, Steve.

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 on: Today at 08:39:49 pm 
Started by Miguel Dahl - Last post by Mac Kerr
First, I feel I must apologise for creating a lot of new threads lately.

I understand that dante patching does not follow scenes, they are excluded. So, one can create an input patch and save it, then recall it. This is for inputs.

I'm trying to understand this. Might be something I've missed from the manuals, I feel they say what you can do, but not why you can't do "something".

In the editor you can change dante output patch for each scene, and it will follow on recall. In the editor. When hooking all HW up, loading the file from editor, recalling scenes, this does not work at all.

Today I was in a setting where I wanted to change the dante routing for some AUXes from the desk between two scenes. I saved to different presets in dante controller and loaded them. Is this the most practical/only way to do this?

Two guests, one used 10 first outputs for ears. Second one had three wedge mixes. I wanted him to also work on MIX 1 to 3, but his three mixes would be outputs 14-16 in the RIO.

Am I somewhat retarded, or do I have to load another DANTE preset through dante controller?

If Dante is feeding all the wedges and IEMs just patch the Dante output channels in Dante Controller to all the amps and IEMs and just change the console output patch in the scenes. For example mix 1 goes to Wedge 1 on Dante out 1, and goes to IEM 1 on Dante out 11. In your scenes patch mix 1 to Dante 1 for Wedges, and to Dante 11 for IEMs,

Dan't change the Dante patch, change the console patch which does follow scenes.

Mac

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 on: Today at 08:25:15 pm 
Started by Christian Ekren - Last post by jabney (john abney)
Hi all,

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2x Cisco SG200-26
2x Cisco RV325-K9 NA

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If I were looking for a Cisco switch right now, I'd consider one with POE. (The SG200 (and SG300) can be bought with or without POE.) The Dante AVIO devices work (or at least the XLR-Out and the USB I/O devices do - so the others probably do as well) but - except for the USB device - the AVIOs need Power Over Network. You may not need POE yet, but those Audinate/Dante AVIOs are useful.

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 on: Today at 08:05:48 pm 
Started by Miguel Dahl - Last post by Miguel Dahl
First, I feel I must apologise for creating a lot of new threads lately.

I understand that dante patching does not follow scenes, they are excluded. So, one can create an input patch and save it, then recall it. This is for inputs.

I'm trying to understand this. Might be something I've missed from the manuals, I feel they say what you can do, but not why you can't do "something".

In the editor you can change dante output patch for each scene, and it will follow on recall. In the editor. When hooking all HW up, loading the file from editor, recalling scenes, this does not work at all.

Today I was in a setting where I wanted to change the dante routing for some AUXes from the desk between two scenes. I saved to different presets in dante controller and loaded them. Is this the most practical/only way to do this?

Two guests, one used 10 first outputs for ears. Second one had three wedge mixes. I wanted him to also work on MIX 1 to 3, but his three mixes would be outputs 14-16 in the RIO.

Am I somewhat retarded, or do I have to load another DANTE preset through dante controller?

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 on: Today at 07:41:41 pm 
Started by Dustin Campbell - Last post by Steve Crump
I may be wrong on this, but I think the fx returns are disabled going back to the same fx send on the QUís. Or maybe itís just unassigned like that by default and able to be inadvertently assigned back to itself. But I donít think so.

It can be assigned easily. After I read your post I thought, I specifically remember the scenario and resolution that blew my drivers only doing a line check with vocals at that point several years ago. So I went to my shop and ran a test.
I donít have my QU-16 here at the house, but I do have a QU-PAC that I use for back up, so hooked up a mic and speaker and recreated the scenario, same result, major feedback loop until I pulled the returns out of the sends on the FX mix, but still FX going to LR.

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 on: Today at 07:04:24 pm 
Started by Dustin Campbell - Last post by Bradford "BJ" James
I may be wrong on this, but I think the fx returns are disabled going back to the same fx send on the QUís. Or maybe itís just unassigned like that by default and able to be inadvertently assigned back to itself. But I donít think so.

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 on: Today at 06:48:46 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
Well talk about disappointing. . .

Got my lectro adapters in the mail and played with the first mic just now. Turns out there's a broken connection somewhere in the joint where the cable meets the boom.

Tried another one and it works fine. Now to check the others.

Oh for heaven's sake.....you know I've actually started to expect problems whenever I buy anything these days - that way I'm not disappointed if and when it occurs. When it doesn't, it's good day... Sorry Tim. Maybe I should try my other one just to be sure?

Ironically part of my order was a Switchcraft male XLR connector which I ordered along with the mics to avoid the shipping charge. I can always use them and at $3.99, I saved $17 shipping charge.
It was the reason my order was held up because it was the item on backorder. In the end I told them to send my mics anyway which they did but it only made difference of one day in the end.
The XLR connector arrived the day after the mics and was incomplete. The housing wasn't in the bag - just the insert piece. Switchcraft are drop shipping me a replacement.....gheeesh...

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 on: Today at 06:22:11 pm 
Started by Christian Ekren - Last post by Andrew Hollis
You are correct, DVS does not support redundancy. Therefore you cannot put Qlab 2 as shown on the redundant network. You have to step up to PCIe for that, which means your 'ideal' setup is a reality!

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 on: Today at 06:10:21 pm 
Started by Steve Litscher - Last post by Chris Hindle
Guitel, je crois?

OUI, ces't bien ca!
Merci.
Plus de 30 ans sur la plus veil, est aucun problem.
Chris.

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