ore_terra wrote:Well, if it’s at the right level why cant you use it as send fx??!
Hi ore_terra - I am not sure I understand the question. I asked about using the headphone outputs as aux sends earlier for studio scenarios. However, when I am playing live or rehearsing, I don't want to bring additional external hardware. I would like my drummer to have a headphone mix that includes a click track, but it would be better for him (in terms of engagement/emotion) if he was able to hear the delays and reverbs on the guitars and synths (he plays live with headphones on). After reading the manual, it seems that that is not possible.
I'm agree with you Timoc. It's a shame that the effects can not be hearing through the headphones outputs. But I wonder if it could be possible somehow, using the master output with FXs to get it back to the L-12 to another channel and muting the source signal.
For example: Vocals go to channel #1 with effects, only that channel goes to the Master output, with an XLR cable that signal goes again to the channel #2 with the wet signal so it can be heard by all the headphones outputs. The Master output only would have the wet channel #1 and all the others muted, and in the headphones the mixes would have the channel #2 with the wet signal from the Master and all the others channels except the number #1 muted to avoid feedback.
I don't know if I am clear enough or if this is a dumb question. This would be my firts mixer and I don't know too much about sound processing.
Everybody: Do you think it could work? Do you think the L-12 could be damaged if I test this idea?
Thanks for your comments!