FrancisHarmany wrote:Its not the same. If I move the gain knob (have to re-check this at home) on AUX 1 & 2 I see the number of -/+ DBs. The AUX3 does not have this feature.spacef wrote: Mehdi,
Yes, there is only the vu and margin meter to check headroom. So it is normal (and it is the same as the aux 1 and 2).
Also the gain of AUX is not applied to the Return signals, perhaps this is by design ?
I will check the CC tonight also.
Oh you mean when you "mouse over" the control ? may be, i can check this.
Yes, the gain is applied only to the inserts. The rationale for this was to be able to mix returns and inserts effects at different levels (and be able to "crossfade" between them using the gains of the return and direct).FrancisHarmany wrote: Also the gain of AUX is not applied to the Return signals, perhaps this is by design ?
To modify the level of the returns, you must use the "return" level (it is a "mix" control, ie max is 0db, nt +12).
Is that bad ? I can check if it can be modified... it should be possible without loosing any of the existing possibilities. not sure yet, i remember something during the making that led me to do it like that.... but it can be changed anyway (in the worse case, you loose the gain on the inserts, for a common gain for the aux output).
Oh, by the way:
aux 3 same as aux 1 and 2 : db indicator on mouse over