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Good to hear!!!
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Did this issue ever get resolved. My 24.4.2 is still doing this. Plus every time a recall a scene from Vsl it puts delay on my subgroups. Since I only have 2 speakers I run drums through subgroups. Don't really need a delay on my drums. It kinda makes the mix sound echoing
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living water wrote:Did this issue ever get resolved. My 24.4.2 is still doing this. Plus every time a recall a scene from Vsl it puts delay on my subgroups. Since I only have 2 speakers I run drums through subgroups. Don't really need a delay on my drums. It kinda makes the mix sound echoing


Pretttttyyyy sure the delay only affects the physical output. It won't delay what's just assigned to a subgroup and being sent to the mains.
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Ok that's good
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mconrad wrote:Hi All,

I have some information to share concerning the GEQ assign issue in VSL. We have been working on a fix for this issue and are close to getting an update out to everyone. UC 1.7 was a feature-packed release coupled with a maintenance release so we didn't have time to get to this, but we hope to post an announcement soon with a fix for this issue.

Thanks to everyone for your patience.


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Hi All,

I wanted to let everyone know that we have posted an update (still in Beta) that fixes this issue in Universal Control. Navigate to the "DOWNLOADS" tab for the SL 24.4.2 and check it out.

We have also set up a place on our Forum where you guys can post your findings with this latest UC version. Please let us know how it works for you.

(http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/forums/show/58.page)

Thanks to everyone for being patient with us. We've been working hard to get this out to you before the holidays.
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Thanks !

Installed, and GEQ assignments now working fine. Made some test-scenes with different assignments, and now I can recall them in VSL and they change correct !

Subgroup delay seems also to be ok. Playing around with the desk, but nothing changes in subgroup delay !

Thanks all for fixing this !!

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The Subgroup Delay settings will only be heard on the mixer's Subgroup Outputs. If the Subgroups are patched to the Mains, the delay will not be heard on the Main Output. I just wanted to make sure you were using the Subgroup Outs when listening to hear the affect of the Subgroup Delay Settings.
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Yes it would seem the GEQs all return to their proper assignments now. Thank you for the fix. Now if we could just have the option of recalling our phantom power settings the console would live up to its advertisng But I'm not going to make to much of a fuss about that. THANK YOU Presonus for fixing the GEQ Assignments!
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Hey Mark.

The Phantoms are a safety. Just in case someone loads the wrong scene on a mixer (I know I've done it) they don't accidentally wind up frying a mic or anything that can't have phantom power.

The lights were left as a reminder that you wanted Phantom on those channels in that scene.

This has saved me in the past and I'm actually glad it did. If it hadn't I would have fried a guitarist's vintage Ribbon mic and he was a lot bigger than me.

From what I've been given to understand, the 48v are going to stay as they are in the scenes. I've made a request to Presonus to reword that section so there is no future confusion.

I too thought that was the way it worked for quite some time.

Quick heads-up, it also shuts down 48v if you shut down and restart the mixer.
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Thanks for the input. I understand from earlier reasoning with tech support that the lack of phantom pwr. recall was left that way for a safety. As a safety it Fails though because what ever phantom power you have on already, stays on, and you could still hook up a ribbon mic (something I never use) to one of those channels. For it to function properly as a "safety" the software should turn off all phantom power every time a scene is recalled. Agree?

It would be nice if they would let us "live" users simply have the choice of checking "yes" or "no" recall phantom just like the eqs, faders etc. On the "no recall phantom" the mixer could turn off all phantom power to protect the studio guys, a true safety. "Studio/Live" Then we could be responsible for our own choice and they would not have to make excuses. Again this was just a feature I was led to believe the mixer was capable of doing from the advertising. Actually it is if they would deliver it, but oh well I'll learn to live without it and don't plan to make a fuss. I guess it's easier to change the literature than make it deliver. For now I'm content with having my eqs come back to the right place and do appreciate them addressing the issue.

btw: I'm pretty sure the per channel pantom pwr. stays even after cycling on/off on the 24 but will verify.Thanks for the heads up though.

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mconrad wrote:The Subgroup Delay settings will only be heard on the mixer's Subgroup Outputs. If the Subgroups are patched to the Mains, the delay will not be heard on the Main Output. I just wanted to make sure you were using the Subgroup Outs when listening to hear the affect of the Subgroup Delay Settings.


Oh, that's clear. I didn't use the sub outs, but I can see in the display that the delay times didn't change when I change GEQ settings or other parameters or using smart room analysis.

Again, thanks for 1.7.1 !!!

Greetings from Germany

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