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Mac Kerr

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Re: Another Day Another Breakout
« Reply #10 on: February 11, 2019, 06:59:24 pm »

You don't use the auto select then? I have had a couple LS9's with bad select buttons and the easy fix is auto channel select. Just touch the fader and it will call up the channels screen. Still doesn't fix your need for 21 inputs though :)

Auto select is the first thing I learned how to turn off when the DM2000 came out. One too many times eq'ing a channel I didn't mean to.

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Re: Another Day Another Breakout
« Reply #11 on: February 12, 2019, 12:59:15 am »

OT: I have to say that is major league butt-ugly carpet in that room. The black and yellow stripes that look like warehouse aisle markings, combined with paisly-esque designs, are just too much.
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Re: Another Day Another Breakout
« Reply #12 on: February 12, 2019, 09:13:30 am »

OT: I have to say that is major league butt-ugly carpet in that room. The black and yellow stripes that look like warehouse aisle markings, combined with paisly-esque designs, are just too much.

They probably paid around $100/yard for it though, its tame compared to some I've seen
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Re: Another Day Another Breakout
« Reply #13 on: February 12, 2019, 09:49:38 am »

OT: I have to say that is major league butt-ugly carpet in that room. The black and yellow stripes that look like warehouse aisle markings, combined with paisly-esque designs, are just too much.

I was going to ask if the carpet had its own volume control.
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Re: Another Day Another Breakout
« Reply #14 on: February 12, 2019, 03:54:37 pm »

Auto select is the first thing I learned how to turn off when the DM2000 came out. One too many times eq'ing a channel I didn't mean to.

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i've come full circle on this.  I now leave auto select on and i'm in the habit of 'wiggling' the fader on whatever channel i want to select, which is often the channel i happen to be adjusting levels on anyway.  Allows me to keep my hands on the faders a bit more.  I also like that the EQ/Comp/Whatever display changes to focus on what i'm moving automatically as well.  But yeah, i was Anti AutoSelect for a LONG time.

different strokes as they say....
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Re: Another Day Another Breakout
« Reply #15 on: February 13, 2019, 08:38:00 am »

i've come full circle on this.  I now leave auto select on and i'm in the habit of 'wiggling' the fader on whatever channel i want to select, which is often the channel i happen to be adjusting levels on anyway.  Allows me to keep my hands on the faders a bit more.  I also like that the EQ/Comp/Whatever display changes to focus on what i'm moving automatically as well.  But yeah, i was Anti AutoSelect for a LONG time.

different strokes as they say....

I tried to use auto select again for the first time in years because I thought it was going to help on a fast moving show. Nope. I lasted about 3 minutes in rehearsals. I definitely prefer to manually select the channel.
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