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How to do an Automated Mix
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Flying Faders users - Motors On:
LF OFF
and
SF OFF [6]
should be
Grey
– if they are
Green
click them with the
trackball button. Use
Touch Write
mode and
AutoRead
or
No AutoRead
selected.
TW SNAP [18]
should be set to
Read
. This is similar to
Auto Match
mode,
when you touch a fader it goes into
Write
(Record) and when you let go, the fader
Reads
again, returning to its
Read
position using the
Blend Time
parameter.
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Writing faders and mutes simultaneously: press
F2
and click
Mute Write
Enable
on the palette
[13],
and select
Update
(VCAs) or
Touch Write
(motors). Of
course you can select any combination of switches, not just mutes, using the
Write
Enable Palette
.
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The system contains up to 6 Passes in
RAM
with the current Pass visible onscreen. A new
Pass is generated whenever the incoming
SMPTE
timecode stops, at which point your
current 6th mix will be overwritten unless previously stored to disk.
Pressing
Reset [19]
clears all mix data if you want
to start again.
Note:
Cautious SSL G Series users may like to refer to
Appendix M
.
During or after each Pass, to lose changes hit
Forget Changes
, and a confirmation
screen will appear. You can also use the
Undo
and
Redo
buttons, which have 6
levels of
Undo
.
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The
Forget Changes
control key can be used during a Pass or when stopped, where
it reverts to the previous Pass. If used when rolling, you must stop the tape and start
again to
Write
new data.
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To save one Pass to disk, choose
Filing
,
Choose Mix
or press
Mix
, and
click
Save
. You can name the mix, include comments, and you will be given the
option to clear the other mix buffers.
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UPDATE with motors on:
Update is done relative to the positional change from the point at which you grabbed
the fader, to where you let go. During the time you hold the fader it is effectively in
Write
.
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9098i Automation - Getting Started Guide
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