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Title: Help with Yamaha TF1
Post by: Bill Jones on February 21, 2020, 08:37:40 am
I probably fit the description of the church volunteer that inherited a system and became the expert because I have used MS Excel.  I hope you understand that I am really a newbie with this, but am learning real quick.  We have a Yamaha TF1 that is about 6 months old.  We recently added two small stage speakers that are powered and are plugged into 2 of the aux outputs (#3 and #4).  The mixer was set up by a consultant that "tuned" Aux #1 which is the main floor monitor.  I read that we are able to copy all the settings from Aux #1 to Aux #3 and #4, but do not know how to do that.  We have 3 presets (A, B, & C) which I updated after adding aux 3 & 4.
How do I copy the settings from aux 1 to 3 and 4?
BTW, I know I will have to update the presets after I copy the aux 1 settings.
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Post by: Mac Kerr on February 21, 2020, 02:30:12 pm
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Title: Re: Help with Yamaha TF1
Post by: Jean-Pierre Coetzee on February 23, 2020, 04:38:19 am
I don't mean this with any offence but have your read the manual? I am pretty sure that kind of information would be in there.
Title: Re: Help with Yamaha TF1
Post by: Chris Grimshaw on February 23, 2020, 05:01:48 am
Reading the manual is good.
Watching tutorial videos is also worthwhile IMO - it's handy to see things move in real-time.

Chris