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 Post subject: AW16G and patch bays
PostPosted: Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:54 pm 
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Some time ago I had bought a patch bay and never connected it up. Now, with the AW16G, I have more than eight analog signal inputs that I want to hook up to it, and I thought that the patch bay would be a good solution. When I go online to learn how to use them, without exception, they all start talking about really complex setups *right away*. They also talk about using hardware effects boxes (which I do not have), and they all talk about patch bays in the context of their DAWs. So far, this is not useful at all to the intended application. I read up enough to get the basics of the modes: normal, thru, and half-normal. OK, good. That still does not lead to a method to connect more than eight analog signal inputs, and route them in a flexible way, to the "G"'s eight input jacks. The patch bay that I have is a Behringer PX-3000 which has the standard upper (A) and lower (B) rows of 1/4" jacks, twenty-four A/B pairs in total.

It seems that there must be a way to connect, say, twelve inputs, to the rear panel, eight leads to the front panel, and get some flexibility as a result. Comment is invited.


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