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Geoff Doane

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Another LS9 Question
« on: April 07, 2011, 09:30:58 am »

Channel Copy (on the console, not Studio Manager):

I can copy parameters from one input channel to others, but the HA gain doesn't seem to copy (remains at the same value).  Is this a bug, a feature, or something I'm missing (I have gone over the procedure in the manual, and it doesn't mention anything specific about HA gain)?

The mix channels give you some options about what is copied, but there doesn't seem to be that choice for input channels.

And while I'm asking questions, can I do a channel copy in Studio Manager?  I haven't found that one yet either.

GTD
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Re: Another LS9 Question
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2011, 10:04:00 am »

I believe you are correct: the HA gain setting is not copied.  There is no channel copy function in Studio Manager/Editor.
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Re: Another LS9 Question
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2011, 01:26:56 pm »

Channel Copy (on the console, not Studio Manager):

I can copy parameters from one input channel to others, but the HA gain doesn't seem to copy (remains at the same value).  Is this a bug, a feature, or something I'm missing (I have gone over the procedure in the manual, and it doesn't mention anything specific about HA gain)?

The mix channels give you some options about what is copied, but there doesn't seem to be that choice for input channels.

And while I'm asking questions, can I do a channel copy in Studio Manager?  I haven't found that one yet either.

GTD

The reason is that even if you copy the parameters to another channel, you'll still be using the headamp of that physical channel. To copy the headamp'as gain, only way is to use the same headamp and then it's copied.

The headamps are all "individuals" and controlled by a HA gain for each headamp. Therefore even if you copy parameters from one channel to another the gain of HA will not be copied...

I hope this explains it  ;) If not, let's continue until you get it :)

fwiw,
-Minka-
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Re: Another LS9 Question
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2011, 01:26:56 pm »


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