I can't for the life of me get this to work Paul. I'm using an X32 rack with an SD16 stagebox conmected to AES50 A. My dp48 is connected to AES50 B.
The group names and assignments from the X32 Rack, Library, AES50 will not pass through a stagebox (until they get an updated stagebox firmware released).
It would be nice to be able to name and colour each group within the dp48's own software.
Groups have no color, just names and assignments. But you can name the groups within the DP48, by creating a text file called names.csv with the names of the 12 groups delimited by commas. Save that file in the DP48 folder on the SD card. Then in the Setup, goto the Group Names and load the names.
Hi Ronnie @stringfieldjr
Welcome to the forum. Yes of course you can access the 16 inputs from the S16 as well as the local 16 inputs on the back of the console. You would first assign the banks of 8 inputs using the Routing, home (inputs). The console XLR inputs are called "Local" and the S16 will be connected to one of the 2 AES50 (A or B) and would be referenced accordingly. Once those banks are assigned, you can go to each of the channel strips and assign the desired source (on the config screen).
:edit: you beat me this time Gary
how do I assign inputs to these outputs. I cannot find the routing in the tabs of the X32.
On the console Routing, AES50 5th and 6th bank of 8 assignments will send these signals to the S32 Ultranet. Typically that would be the P16 1-8 and 9-16 respectively, which coincides with what is assigned on the Routing, Ultranet screen.
I'm a newbie to musictribe, so I apologize in advance if this is a duplicate. Thought I had already sent it. Maybe it went to Paul only (I used <at>Paul_Vannato).
I didn't get it Kenneth (name is missing a "t") and it didn't go to the spam folder (I checked).
When I said "channel view", I meant what you see on the channel tab. When I said "in/out view", I meant what you see on the in/out tab.
Yes I see that now. But what you are asking for will not fit in that screen on the top line (inputs), if all physical inputs are included. Local 1-32 + Aux In + AES50 A + AES50 B + Card In = 166 total physical inputs. If you add to that the 32 User Inputs would only complicate it further.
Hi George @GeorgeDougherty
The video that Gary @GaryHiggins provided the link makes it clear that this automix feature is very much in its infancy (as compared to the equivalent in the X32 or X-Air). It may be some time before this will be developed to the point that is useful to your application. But there may be a workaround in the form of a pair of partial snapshots.
Another feature that has not yet been developed is that of snippets (as in X32). But I have discovered that a partial snapshots, with limited/specific settings, can be loaded into the Wing and only those specific settings would change. Recently I released an app called XM32 To Wing Converter that converts X32/M32 scenes (OSC protocol) to Wing snapshots (JSON protocol).
What I can do is create a similar app to create a partial snapshot that would control the automix ON/OFF. The problem with this workaround is that it will only work by loading these partial snapshots (one for ON, one for OFF) from a USB stick. Saving them internally will combine all current settings of the console. If this solution would work for you, I can make up an app to create these snapshots (or what I'd like to call snipshots).
Hi Andrei @twobpm
Welcome to the forum. Yes you can have a snippet change FX. But this will require that the snippet is created externally from the console using either a text editor or Scene Parser along with Patrick's X32 OSC Protocol doc. This is because the console snippet GUI is not granular enough and does not include that functionality. If the snippet is then imported into one of the console's snippet slots, the loading will be almost instantaneously. If it is loaded from the X32-Edit, there will be a slight delay (of transfer from computer to console).
Why, when you're in the IN/OUT tab, are the meters in channel order?
There is no IN/OUT tab on the console, in X32-Edit or in Mixing Station. In the Meters screen, it lists them in channel order. That's the way it has always been. Even in the new Wing console, that is the order they are listed.
I wish they were in jack order. If I need channel order, I can always use the channel tab. Maybe I'm missing something. Is there an option to change to jack order?
No, in all the years since the initial release (2012) of the X32, no one has asked for this order - and to be honest, I don't see the point of it.