Grouping of pan and aux sends

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Grouping of pan and aux sends

Postby Ooblecaboodle » Fri Jul 01, 2011 16:57

Hi. Whilst working through a few sessions, it occurred to me that it would be very useful indeed, to be able to group channel pans and aux sends, in the same way as faders.

Would it be possible to include all these controls on a group strip, so that any and all controls are grouped?


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Re: Grouping of pan and aux sends

Postby storestudio » Tue Aug 09, 2011 02:41

Merging should study the way grouping of channels and functions work on common digital consoles. Like the channel link and gang functions on the Soundcraft Vi series mixers. The gang function is a genious knob that lets you temporarily group any channels on the console. It works on all functions on a channel. This enabels you to say switch on and raise the level on aux 1 for 10 channels in one go, or maybe switch on eq highpass for all channels at once :)
Håvard Christensen
Store Studio AS