Thanks for wading through it all, Paul! - FOH drive lines from FOH console, think that's the way that makes sense here. - Was trying to have each Monitor console's Aux-in remap be 4 channels from the shared FOH desk (band A L/R on 1-2, band b L/R on 3-4). The 5-channel remap would be on the FOH console - where the FOH Aux in remap is the block of 6 guest channels from whichever monitor console isn't primary.
We have an X32c at FOH, and two bands with X32/S16 monitor rigs that we'd love to not disassemble. Each band will guest on the other's set with limited instrumentation (<6 inputs, so Aux In Remap looks like the move). Looks to me like this should work, but won't have much time to test. Anyone see red flags? Loss of sync / cable path length (150’ between FOH and MON)? Picking 38 of 64 available channels at any one time with the User routing. FOH X32 will be master clock. FOH [A] -> X32R(1) [A] FOH [B] -> X32R(2) [A] X32R(1) [B] -> S16(1) [A] X32R(2) [B] -> S16(2) [B] FOH CONSOLE ROUTING - BAND A FOH SCENE: INPUTS 1-32 = AES50A 1-32 AUX IN REMAP = USER IN 1-6 USER IN 1-6 = (AES50B 14, 16, 23, 29, ETC) BAND B FOH SCENE: INPUTS 1-32 = AES50B 1-32 AUX IN REMAP = USER IN 1-6 USER IN 1-6 = (AES50A 11, 12, 13, 14, 21, ETC) And if that works… do a mix-minus of the “guest” inputs back to each band’s monitor console. It'll add a few ms of latency, but I suspect it's better than not hearing each other. Group 1-2 = mix of Band A’s FOH channels Group 3-4 = mix of Band B’s FOH channels FOH Console Outputs 9-12 = FOH Group 1-4 FOH AES50A OUT 1-8 = OUT 9-16 FOH AES50B OUT 1-8 = OUT 9-16 MON X32R(1) AUX IN REMAP AES50A 1-4 MON X32R(2) AUX IN REMAP AES50A 1-4