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Set your gains at around -15db on the
Hit the select button for a channel, the first LED meter on the main
section, upper right corner will be the input gain for that channel. The one beside it is
the gain reduction channel. It says "selected channel" above it.
That's where you set your gain. Once you have your levels set, you can
adjust each aux by hitting that aux button, then turning the dial under each channel on
the meter bridge. They are numbered according to each channel. Underneath is the controls
for the fat channel.
Instead of each channel having a strip, there is
one huge strip, the fat channel.
When you select a channel, those are the
controls for that channel. Each channel has:
Anything with a select button has
this full channel for control. That means:
2 Aux Ins
Routing is the row
of buttons under the fat channel plus some others.
Link - links 2 channels together 1-2 etc then I
believe you only have to adjust one, to get both the act the same.
Copy - copy one
channel to the next. Hit copy then hit the channel you want to copy to, then hit load
Load, loads the channel. I also think you hit load, then u can use the dial under the
display to load a channel setting. Kick drum bass etc. pretty good starting points.
Then the rest are the routing. Just pick one or more and you're good to go. If
you aren't getting sound from a channel, make sure it's routed somewhere...
The way I described the aux levels, is how you add effects as well. You choose the
effect then turn the dial to add effects to any channel.
To add effects to
the aux's hit the Mix button twice and it brings you to a second level. You can see the
levels under the first 7 dials...
Dials 1-7 work in this layer or flip mode.
The rest of the meter bridge will have an LED at the top and bottom lit up, because they
are not in use when in this flip mode.
The ones I use most are:
5 - FXA
6 - FXB
7 - Talkback
Then there's the meter bridge, you can select inputs, outputs, gain reduction and
the levels of the aux's
There's also the solo channels, use the PFL.
DO NOT USE SIP
DURING THE GIG
Is is called Solo In Place, right above the Sub1 label,
and it's for playback. When you hit it, everything mutes except for the solo'd channel.
Handy as heck for playback, but you do NOT want that happening during the gig!!
Talkback, set the levels for each aux, then
choose 1-2, 3-7, 8-10, main or a combination of those. Hit talk and you're good to go!
For effects, press the FX button, the use the buttons on either side of the dial
to move the cursor. Move it to the FXA the use the dial to select the effect. Then move to
the FXB and select that one as well.
Tap is handy, make sure you move the
cursor to the time part of the effect.
Other than that. During the gig just select a channel to make any adjustments.
The display on the meter bridge will change to the settings for that channel and you can
make your adjustments via the dials underneath. Since the dials don't need to change
position, an that's the control surface for everything, there's no need for movable
The nice thing is, no matter where you are, adjusting a channel, or
an FX send or an Aux, if channel 1 is the kick drum, fader 1 is always the kick channel.
If you're adjusting a monitor mix, and a guitar solo startsC just bring up the fader. No
need to jump back 2 or 3 menus..
Hope this helps!!! I set all my aux's
at the u mark.
I usually run my mains so they tickle the second yellow. There's a
dial on the back to also adjust the output.
Good luck, have fun!!!
Edited by robare99 (09/03/12 06:41 PM)