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Hi,
We are a small band of latino music in France. We'd like to invest in StudioLive 24R for our lives. Using UC Software for sound control. Can you please tell me if we need extra equipment for individual monitoring ? We might use individual in ear monitor system. Main Outs to amplifier and speakers. Individual Out to In ear system.
Many Thanks.
Sorry for the question, we are new to sound systems.
Cheers
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by SwitchBack on Sun Feb 21, 2021 8:16 pm
Hi and welcome to these forums :)

First off you want to use a good wifi router with the mixer. That will allow remote control of the entire mixer, and of individual aux mixes via smartphones and tablets.

Then you want to check if the mixer gives you enough physical aux outputs. The 24R has 12, which makes 6 stereo mixes (for in-ears). You can have 4 more auxes but that requires an NSB stagebox.

And then you have to invest in your monitor systems, wired or wireless. A wireless transmitter will connect straight to the auxes. Wired buds needs a headphone amp (e.g. on a belt clip) for every band member. With medium impedance (60-150 Ohms) headphones you may get away with driving them straight from the aux outputs (using a Y-cable), but use proper headphone cables, keep them short, and don't expect too much. Or you can use the EarMix 16M for wired monitoring. These don't use the aux outputs but connect via AVB to the mixer.

Hope that helps :)
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by hervroscouet on Sun Feb 21, 2021 8:30 pm
Fantastic... great... we can proceed then....
Cheers.
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by hervroscouet on Sun Feb 21, 2021 8:49 pm
Last question. We shall use Qmix-UC for each musician on their smartphone. UC surface on a tablet. We shall buy a wifi router connecter to the rackmounted. And Universal Control on PC. Is it right UC offers same functionalities than UC Surface ?
We want to use PC more than Tablet for our first lives.
Cheers.
Hervé
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by SwitchBack on Mon Feb 22, 2021 6:07 am
Yes, afaik UC and UC Surface are the same regarding functionality, including save options for settings. In my experience working with UC is more convenient because of the keyboard/mouse HID rather than touchscreen.

Enjoy! :)

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