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Earl F Young

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¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« on: June 03, 2015, 10:58:04 am »

Gotta get a delay speaker assigned to buss. So used to a&h just having it on output setup per channel...

Suggestions? THANKS!
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2015, 11:10:47 am »

I think output delays are on the analog/XLR output page in the routing menu, but don't quote me on it.
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2015, 11:21:34 am »

I think output delays are on the analog/XLR output page in the routing menu, but don't quote me on it.

That's correct.

Routing -> Out 1-16 tab
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2015, 11:55:41 am »

So, I can delay aux/es  then?  ;D

Thanks again!
That's correct.

Routing -> Out 1-16 tab
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #4 on: June 03, 2015, 03:48:27 pm »

So, I can delay aux/es  then?  ;D

Thanks again!

You've said auxes and busses.  2 different things on the X32.

If you want to delay the auxes, no.  If you want to delay the XLR outputs 1-16 assigned to busses, yes.  Go to the Routing Menu, Out 1-16 tab.  On the bottom right you will see the delay button.  Turn it on for the specific output and then adjust the delay as needed (just above the button).
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #5 on: June 03, 2015, 04:06:56 pm »

You've said auxes and busses.  2 different things on the X32.

If you want to delay the auxes, no.  If you want to delay the XLR outputs 1-16 assigned to busses, yes.  Go to the Routing Menu, Out 1-16 tab.  On the bottom right you will see the delay button.  Turn it on for the specific output and then adjust the delay as needed (just above the button).

To clarify the terminology, you can delay the out 1-16 signals on the Routing pages.  These can be assigned to local XLR outs, recorded to card outputs or sent over AES50. 

The aux out 1-6 signals have no delay function as of 2.10. These route to TRS outs on all but the Core products, or can be assigned everywhere the out 1-16 signals can go.  XLR outs, card outs or AES50 channels.
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #6 on: June 03, 2015, 04:20:47 pm »

The routing scheme on the X32 is quite convoluted and the terminology sometimes confusing.  It's pretty flexible once you understand how to use it though.
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #7 on: June 03, 2015, 05:19:07 pm »

The routing scheme on the X32 is quite convoluted and the terminology sometimes confusing.  It's pretty flexible once you understand how to use it though.

Thanks, seems convoluted to me too.
Not to hi-jack the thread, but is there a way to route matrix outputs back through the mixer ( to gain more eq filters post matrix) ?
I'm using the matrix-out as x-overs, but loose two of the available 6 filters for each side of x-over used...
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #8 on: June 03, 2015, 05:27:31 pm »

Thanks, seems convoluted to me too.
Not to hi-jack the thread, but is there a way to route matrix outputs back through the mixer ( to gain more eq filters post matrix) ?
I'm using the matrix-out as x-overs, but loose two of the available 6 filters for each side of x-over used...

No, but you could insert a 31-band graphic.

Sounds like you need a dedicated system processor.

What do you need that many filters for? 
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #9 on: June 03, 2015, 05:39:33 pm »

No, but you could insert a 31-band graphic.

Sounds like you need a dedicated system processor.

What do you need that many filters for?

Yes thanks, wish i could afford the system processor I want....a big lake. 
It's for experimentation, trying to dial in some multi-way passives as best as can.
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #10 on: June 04, 2015, 07:48:13 pm »

Thanks, seems convoluted to me too.
Not to hi-jack the thread, but is there a way to route matrix outputs back through the mixer ( to gain more eq filters post matrix) ?
I'm using the matrix-out as x-overs, but loose two of the available 6 filters for each side of x-over used...
You can run mixbusses back into a channel but not matrix outs. Patching a Graphic is your best route onboard. I like the look of the Driverack 360. Extensive filter options onboard there, 12 band parametrics all over the place. MSRP of $799, so probably ~$500 street.

Or, looking around, $799 street.
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Re: ¿Easiest way to delay to Aux on x32
« Reply #11 on: June 07, 2015, 07:52:25 am »

You can run mixbusses back into a channel but not matrix outs. Patching a Graphic is your best route onboard. I like the look of the Driverack 360. Extensive filter options onboard there, 12 band parametrics all over the place. MSRP of $799, so probably ~$500 street.

Or, looking around, $799 street.

Thx.  Downloaded the android app. Does look promising....looking for some user reports.
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