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Re: [xl7] Index: using sub-out returns with TRS cables to create a passive mixer

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  • Matt
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    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 28, 2013
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      On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 6:06 PM, D F Tweedie <bienpegaito@...> wrote:

      I can't remember often enough to thank you, Steve, for all your contribution to this group.



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      From: steve_the_composer <smw-mail@...>
      To: xl7@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, January 28, 2013 2:58 AM
      Subject: [xl7] Index: using sub-out returns with TRS cables to create a passive mixer

      related messages:*

      --includes discussion of using CC79 to control send levels

      --discusses the issue of not being able to do the passive mixer in the digital domain

      --thread includes discussion of using sub outs, sends, and some related issues

      --includes some additional considerations with using sub out jacks as returns, etc.

      ---------------- About the Index Entry -------------------

      For some time I have thought how nice it would be to have a topical index. Unfortunately, this would be a massively time-consuming task.

      However, since I occasionally look through the archives for previous posts related to a current discussion, I compiled a few links related to the theme that emerged here--using the returns on the sub-outs with TRS cables to create a passive mixer. I have renamed this using "Index" so that if more of these list of links to related posts are done, we will be able to find them using a keyword search ["Index: "] thereby building up an embedded index over time. (Who knows, it might work!)


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