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Answer
Surroun
d
Mo
d
e Buss Signal Flow
The main point to note when configuring an
input channel for surround modes is that
multitrack routing busses 1-6 are used to
output the Direct surround signals and busses
7-12 are used for the Playback surround
signals.
A typical signal flow through the system is as
follows:
Surround Sources > Input Channels > Busses
1-6 > Recorder
Recorder Returns > Input Channels > Busses
7-12 > Monitors
Routing
The
LCRS
and
SS
switches in the routing section are used to assign the
LCRS
and
Stereo
Surround
pan modes to the routing, enabling surround panning across the busses 1-12 [Fig 4.1].
If the
MIX TO TRACKS
switch is
NOT
pressed at the same time, then busses 7-12 will be sourced
from the
Channel
path, with busses 1-6 sourced from the
Mix
(surround) path.
When
LCRS
and
SS
are pressed together, tracks 4 and 10
(LFE/S)
are sourced directly post-fader.
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U
ser
G
u
id
e
WIDE
O/L
L
R
FADERFLIP
SEL
AFL
MUTE
MIX
C
MIX
PAN
FRONT
/REAR
PAN
WRITE
R
F
READ
1
1
(L)
2
(R)
3
(C)
4
(S/LFE)
5
(LS)
6
(RS)
7
8
9
10
11
12
LCRS
SS
MIX
TKS
MIX
ST
CH
ST
AUX
TKS
3&4
C
48V
LINE
1:1
CHAN
PAN
MIC
CHAN
LEVEL
AFL
O/L
CHAN
MUTE
10
R
L
0
+66
dB
(-9)
(+15)
00
(LINE)
CHAN
GAIN
(0)
1
Fig 4.1
1...,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39 41,42,43,44
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