Channel Job About DCAs
Assign input channels and output channels to a DCA.
Using the faders in the Channel Strip section of the top panel, adjust the relative
balance between the input channels and output channels that belong to the
DCA you want to use.
Press to illuminate the [DCA] key so that you will be able to control the DCA.
In the Channel Strip section, operate the fader corresponding to the DCA you
want to use.
The level of the channels assigned to that DCA will change while preserving the level
differences you established in step 2.
Operating a DCA fader will not cause the input faders to move in tandem.
To switch a DCA on/mute, press the [ON] key for that DCA.
When you press an [ON] key to make the key indicator go dark, the channels assigned to that
DCA will be muted (the same state as when the faders are lowered to the –∞ dB position).
To cue-monitor a DCA, press the [CUE] key for that DCA.
When you press the [CUE] key to make the key indicator light, the [CUE] keys for the
channels assigned to that DCA will blink, and cue monitoring will be enabled. For more
information about cue, refer to
"Using the Cue
You can also press the [DCA], [DCA 1-8], or [DCA 9-16] key in the Channel Strip section to select
the DCA that you want to control.
Viewing the list of DCA status on the OVERVIEW screen
The OVERVIEW screen enables you to view the list of DCA status and make Recall Safe and other
Press the [VIEW] key to switch to the OVERVIEW screen, and then press the
[DCA] key on the top panel to select the DCA layer.
If this button is on, the selected DCA will be unaffected by scene/library recall operations
Switches Recall Safe on/off for the selected DCA.
These buttons will appear if there are more than 12 channels that are assigned to the
corresponding DCA. Use these buttons to view all channels that belong to the corresponding
You can also access the corresponding DCA ALL window by pressing the [SEL] key of the DCA
while holding down the [SHIFT] key.
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