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Andrew Broughton

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Re: Using another Yamaha desk to recall scenes on LS9-32
« Reply #10 on: September 02, 2013, 11:40:37 am »

You were saying that recalling on one console would recall on the other, but storing on one would not store on the other. I would expect that to be untrue, and that pressing store on one console would initiate a store on the other as well.
If you end up trying it, I'd be curious to know.
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Re: Using another Yamaha desk to recall scenes on LS9-32
« Reply #11 on: September 02, 2013, 12:39:48 pm »

You were saying that recalling on one console would recall on the other, but storing on one would not store on the other. I would expect that to be untrue, and that pressing store on one console would initiate a store on the other as well.
If you end up trying it, I'd be curious to know.

I see what you meant now! :)

It's this paragraph from the redundancy guide that has me a little unsure:

"Because of the MIDI connections, any mixing parameter that is edited on Console #1 will also be changed on Console #2, and vice versa: they will completely mirror each other. Also when a Scene is recalled on one console, the same will be recalled on the other console.
But one thing to remember is that if any Scenes or Libraries are modified and Stored on one console during a show rehearsal or sound-check, then an ALL DATA file should be saved onto the memory card and transferred into the other console (or use Studio Manager to transfer the session file). It is important to keep all the memories synchronised so that when a Scene is recalled, all the mixing parameters on both consoles will be identical".

I hope to find the opportunity to try it with the two 01v96's I have here, and will post the results if I do!

Thanks again for your time.
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Re: Using another Yamaha desk to recall scenes on LS9-32
« Reply #12 on: September 02, 2013, 12:44:49 pm »

I would expect more things to mirror than they claim, but I haven't tested it.

It is true that you'd want to make sure that both consoles have identical show files loaded before you start.
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Re: Using another Yamaha desk to recall scenes on LS9-32
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