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iamdave
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How do I put reverb/delay into the aux sends? I gotta be missing it, Searched all over the board and couldn't locate it.

Also, how do I adjust:

- Main aux volume with an ipad? I can easily adjust the individual levels but if I'm on the stage I can't see how to adjust the main aux level if it's to low/high.

- Same with the gain control on a channel. How is the channel gain adjusted using an ipad?

Many thanks,
Dave
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Miltondavis
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Hello Dave,

Get effects in the aux sends by using the "aux flip" mode. Push the mix button a second time and you use the encoders to send effects, tape in, etc. to the aux output. See page 39 of the manual.

On the other two questions, sorry, you can't get to those controls from the iPad.

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Milton Davis
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iamdave
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Thanks a lot Milton! I appreciate your help.
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Dell laptop Studio 1737
Windows Vista 32bit
4gig ram
Pentium Dual Core T4200 @2.00Ghz
Presonus 16.4.2 mixer AI
TP-Link TL-WR1043ND Router
iamdave
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Help!

Well Milton that sounded easy enough but I'm still lost my friend.

First are you talking about the aux mix button or the reverb mix button?

Second, when I press it, I don't really see every channel like the typical monitor mix. It seems they're setup like compression, gate, all the basic effects and eq of the normal thing you see when you hit select on a channel. It doesn't seem I'm moving verb in to particular channels. Something seems off so I must have misunderstood you somewhere.

Manual reads:
Aux Flip Mode. Enables Aux Send Level Control for Main Digital return, Tape In, Aux Ins A and B, FXA, FXB, FXC, FXD, and Talkback.
Pressing the Mix button a second time will switch the first nine meters and encoders to become the aux-send level controls for the Main Digital Return, Analog Tape In, Aux Input A, Aux Input B, the output of FXA, FXB, FXC, FXD, and the Talkback mic.
While in this mode, the Mix button will remain illuminated, and an LED at the top and bottom of the remaining meters will also illuminate.
Press the Mix button a third time to disengage Aux Mix mode.

But none of that seems to apply to my Aux 1 - 6 monitor mixes.

Pg 43 I found:

To send FXA’s mix to a monitor mix, press that aux bus’s Mix button twice and use Encoder 5 to dial in the right level. (Encoders 6-8 control FXB-FXD’s send levels.)

Going to try that at a gig today. Running sound today through Saturday at a festival.

Sorry for bugging you again.

Dave

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 24/06/2014 17:26:53

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Mac OSX 10.9.2 / 3.4 ghz 16g ram ddr3
(I usually don't use a computer with presouns unless I have to)
Dell laptop Studio 1737
Windows Vista 32bit
4gig ram
Pentium Dual Core T4200 @2.00Ghz
Presonus 16.4.2 mixer AI
TP-Link TL-WR1043ND Router
Miltondavis
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Joined: 27/01/2011 20:23:03
Messages: 225
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Hello Dave,
Both of those descriptions are saying the same thing. You will push the Aux's MIX button twice to get to the aux flip mode. You will be using the rotary encoders below the LED bargraphs to send the effects mix to that aux output. Of course, you must have the channel routed to the effects engine in the first place. The aux flip mode then allows you to send some of the final effect output to the aux.
Regards,
Milton
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