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Mono with GLM?

tesla, modified 12 Years ago.

Mono with GLM?

Youngling Posts: 16 Join Date: 11/18/09 Recent Posts

Is there a way to check mixes in mono with the glm software?

christophe-anet, modified 12 Years ago.

Re: Mono with GLM?

Jedi Knight Posts: 188 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts

Thanks for your post and the good question. Indeed one needs to explain how to have mono reproduction with the GLM software.

First, this function is only possible using digital audio inputs, not analog inputs. You need to use the 'Manual cabling wizard' function in GLM and select both loudspeakers to use and reproduce A+B digital audio channels.

Then you need to save that new 'mono' setup and load it again whenever mono reproduction is needed (via GLM AutoLink you can load setups very quickly using shortkeys). So two setup files are needed, one for stereo reproduction and another one for mono reproduction.

Hope it is clear and helpful.

Best regards,