Tuesday, June 30, 2015

ALL PRE/POST - CL, QL, TF, M7CL, LS9

How do I change the MIX1 (AUX1) to POST all input channels at once ?

CL, QL, M7CL, LS9:
Open the MIX SEND popup by pressing the TO MIX1 SEND LEVEL knob in the selected channel or overview screen. In the popup screen, you have "ALL PRE" and "ALL POST" button on the upper right corner.


TF series:
Select Output fader bank and select AUX1. Touch on the top of the channel strip to open SEND FROM screen. Press the [Menu] key below the screen and select All Pre or All Post command from the menu.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Panel Assistance with LED brightness setting


Do you look for a switch or a knob in a dark?
We work in a dark many times.

The Panel Assistance function glows all LEDs on the panel just a little to give you a hint of their locations. It was introduced with PM5D many years ago. And it is now available on TF series too.

PM5D:
Go to Preference 2 and turn "Panel Assistance" on to use this function. Only when brightness value is 5 or less, panel LEDs are dimly lit.

TF series:
Go to User Setup and open Brightness page. When Panel brightness is set to 9 or less, Panel Assistance is automatically turned on like the one in the picture.
Because of its LCD touch panel, OLED channel name screen, and keys with glowing function name, TF is easier to operate in a dark room.


Shaun

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Modify Q parameter with Touch and Turn knob


Here is a quick shortcut of Touch and Turn Knob in EQ screen of TF series.

When normal PEQ mode is selected, Touch and Turn knob controls each of EQ parameters of the selected band.
  • Push to switch target between Gain and Frequency
  • Turn to modify value
  • Turn while pushing the knob to fine-control Gain when Gain is selected, or modify Q parameter when Frequency is selected
Shaun

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Backup your TF console data

 

Mixing data on your TF console, including Scene, Preset library, the current status of the console, System setup, etc., is automatically saved on the flash memory in the console. You don't have to save the data manually.

To backup the data or transfer it to another console, use a USB memory device. Plug it to the right USB port and open Save/Load screen. Then, touch [Save] to create a file.

Shaun