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StudioLive Ai Mixers - Fader Grouping

+1 vote
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asked Nov 5, 2016 in StudioLive Series Feature Requests by yvesrouillaud (740 points)
edited Nov 5, 2016 by yvesrouillaud
Hi everyone,

This feature request could be a great improvement for all studio and live situations with SL AI mixers.

Actually, we can save and restore all faders positions on a scene. The "recall" fonction set the good position for each fader.

The idea is to use this fonction to allow the grouping of several faders. This could permit that when we move one fader of the group, the others of the same group move proportionnaly (as Studio One already do).

The grouping could work as is :

Hold and maintain "TAP" bouton during at least 3 seconds. All "select button" will flash. Select faders you want to group. Selected faders stop blinking and stay on. Hit "TAP" button again. The group is set. Moving one fader of the group move the others. Holding "TAP" button in same time moving a fader doesn't move the others of the same group (allow you to adjust a balance in the group without the need to ungroup the channel). The number of group could be unlimlited (or about 100 to make a memory limit) and could be saved with the scene or separately (like FAT Channel).

I assume that, of course, the remoted faders move virtually, not physically because they are not motorized. But the result on the sound is the same...

Because it's only a soft adaptation, I'm confident that it's possible to do.

I hope this request will be released, it really could improve the concerned mixers.

1 Answer

+2 votes
answered Nov 21, 2016 by AlexTinsley (773,130 points)
selected Dec 11, 2016 by ghasenbeck
 
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