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ndoe22
Joined: Sep 2 2016
Posts: 30

In/out routing option in options

December 20, 2018 - 09:41 pm

I’m really loving the H9K. One thing I was thinking about is most people will set this up in the studio or on a recording rig or whatever. Meaning most people won’t have a lot of changing the i/o once setup.

When changing chains it would be nice to have an option in the preferences to “lock” the in/out setup i.e. (analog,usb,Adam) so I don’t have to keep changing the available connections if I browse a different chain.

I understand that the routing in and out of the chains is different per chain but I’m sure there could be a logic function written to just pass unused connections to direct out or some thing like that. Then the user might have to change the routing I/o of the chains but still would be a time saver.

It would make browsing and changing faster without having keep redoing the in/outs.

Hope this makes sense

Spindrift
Joined: Dec 22 2009
Posts: 4
January 12, 2019 - 10:00 pm
ndoe22 wrote:

I’m really loving the H9K. One thing I was thinking about is most people will set this up in the studio or on a recording rig or whatever. Meaning most people won’t have a lot of changing the i/o once setup.

When changing chains it would be nice to have an option in the preferences to “lock” the in/out setup i.e. (analog,usb,Adam) so I don’t have to keep changing the available connections if I browse a different chain.

I understand that the routing in and out of the chains is different per chain but I’m sure there could be a logic function written to just pass unused connections to direct out or some thing like that. Then the user might have to change the routing I/o of the chains but still would be a time saver.

It would make browsing and changing faster without having keep redoing the in/outs.

Hope this makes sense

THIS ^^^^^ absolutely. I recall a master setting in the H8K where you could set all the inputs/outputs to be analog or Stereo AES A-B etc. A setting like this is essential for me in a studio setting. Maybe I’ve overlooked it in my H9000?

ndoe22
Joined: Sep 2 2016
Posts: 30
January 12, 2019 - 10:59 pm

I haven’t found a default setting in the preferences to do this. Maybe it will come with an update.

FrauHolle
Joined: Dec 5 2015
Posts: 2
January 13, 2019 - 07:29 am

I just tried to find out what you could mean but don't see anything to fault.

It takes a few seconds only to arrange a FX Chain. That's the biggest advantage at all that the structure of the software is carefully considered and user-friendly (it could'nt be better imo). After the connectors are assigned to the FX chain it's possible to brows through the presets - without the connectors will be changed each time.

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jbamberg
Joined: Aug 22 2011
Posts: 106
January 13, 2019 - 09:31 am

ndoe22 wrote:

I haven’t found a default setting in the preferences to do this. Maybe it will come with an update.

We are considering adding something like this in a future update - perhaps a "global IO" that isn't saved in the session, so if you have "global IO" assigned to your inputs and outputs, you can change session without affecting the routing.

ndoe22
Joined: Sep 2 2016
Posts: 30
January 14, 2019 - 12:17 am

Yes I think for most people in a studio or environment where the I/O doesn’t change this would be a huge workflow improvement.

I’d look forward to it.

Racerx1492
Joined: Feb 14 2011
Posts: 8
January 14, 2019 - 01:36 am

This is important to have.

 

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jbamberg wrote:

ndoe22 wrote:

I haven’t found a default setting in the preferences to do this. Maybe it will come with an update.

We are considering adding something like this in a future update - perhaps a "global IO" that isn't saved in the session, so if you have "global IO" assigned to your inputs and outputs, you can change session without affecting the routing.

phillabaum
Joined: Sep 2 2016
Posts: 2
June 14, 2019 - 02:11 am

A global I/O would be a great timesaver for me as well. It would hugely speed up my ability to audition presets. It's currently quite frustratingly cumbersome.

The addition of the ability to sum ALL 4 of the FX chain outputs to the same stereo output is also badly needed. I can rarely afford to tie up 8 channels of my mixer just for one H9000.