Talkback - why 4 inputs and no selective routing to cues ?

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Talkback - why 4 inputs and no selective routing to cues ?

Post by Helidream » Tue May 29, 2018 1:30 am

What is the usefulness of the 4 talkback inputs ?

Actually they are all mixed and routed simultaneously to the 4 cues. :(

This mean that the 4 talkback buttons are simply selecting witch talkback mic is sent to the 4 cues at the same time.


I think that it would more useful to use the 4 talkback buttons as a selector to choose witch performer cue circuit need to receive the control room talkback.

So we should have 5 buttons :

- a talkback to all button

- a talkback button for each cue circuit


So that we can select to witch performers cue circuit the talkback is sent.


Generally there is a listen talkback button too on studio recording consoles. This is a talkback in the opposite direction. This is a mic placed in the studio. This button route the studio listen mic to the mini loudspeakers and dim the main loudspeakers at the same time.
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