Gary Higgins;156175 wrote:
I would do away with the subgroup and use 2 linked buses where you can adjust each drum ch within the stereo field then assign the 2 buses to p16 ch's. I suspect its the p16 ch tap fighting with the mixer ch tap to a subgroup. Did you try linking p16 ch's on the P16M itself, I don't know if it would make a difference but it might.
Raimond Stijnman;156181 wrote:
In both situations I use two buses that are linked as a stereo pair. The buses have to be configured. I tried to configure them as Pre-Fader as well as Sub Group. This is called the Channel Sends Pre-configuration in the M32. The Sub Group config works but I cannot make a separate mix towards the bus and the P16-M. The Pre Fade config gives me the strange behavior. Channel 1 in my left ear, channel 2 in my right ear and so on.
The P16-M mixers also have two channels linked were the drum mix comes in. Any ideas?
Gary Higgins;156208 wrote:
I'm not sure what you mean about 'the buses have to be configured' and 'make a separate mix towards the bus' I think it may be best to post your scene so we can have a look. There are a few things that could be happening, hard to say without seeing several details. You can't separately pan ch's sending as subgroup to a linked bus pair where as every other ch send option you can place the ch where you want to in the stereo field of that bus pair. Somewhere in there is the problem I think.
Raimond Stijnman;156147 wrote:
With the stereo linked busses set to pre fade I hear the kick drum in my left ear, the snare drum in my right ear, the rack tom in my left ear the floor tom in my right ear and so on.
Can anyone help me solving this issue? I’m probably doing something wrong but I really don’ t know what.