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How to do an Automated Mix
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If not already selected, choose
Linear Mix Mode
by
clicking the button
[11]
.
Note:
If you require more than one Pass to be available
for playback (circular mixing)
– see
Appendix L
..
Under the onscreen ‘9098i’ logo Pass 1 is displayed as the current mix Pass. This Pass
contains the current static positions of all faders and switches from zero timecode to
23:59:59:00, so you’ve got a basis to work from. The
99
is how much
RAM
is spare
expressed as a percentage.
Mix Online [12]
goes
Red
(active). You can suspend automation by clicking this at any
time when the tape is stopped. All path statuses are now in
Write
.
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At this point you may want to disable certain parts of the automation. On the
right-hand side of the screen is the
Write-Enable Palette [13]
. This affects all paths
unless
Channel Protect
is active - see
Appendix H
.
All checked items are
Write-Enabled
. Unchecked, they will be
Read-Only
. By clicking
on them using the right-mouse button, you can isolate them completely from the
automation.
You can of course introduce them back in at any time, but proceed with caution,
because if you don’t
Write
them in the first Pass they will have
NO
Mix reference
values.
See
Appendix G
for details of how to introduce these later.
Note:
To automate Solos you must also press the
Solo To Auto
button
[14]
in the
Solo Modes centre section.
Pressing their
Write
and
Read
buttons simultaneously so that no LEDs are lit may
isolate individual paths.
You can also set the automation status of all channels globally using the keys:
Ctrl+R
=
Read
,
Ctrl+W
=
Write
,
Ctrl+U
=
Update
,
Ctrl+T
=
TouchWrite
(from Read, otherwise tap the
T
twice).
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9098i Automation - Getting Started Guide
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