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StudioLive Series III Console - How to send FX to an Aux Output

Before proceeding please be sure your firmware is updated on your StudioLive and that you are using the latest Universal Control:

StudioLive Series III Console - Firmware Update

StudioLive Series III Rack mixer - Firmware Update

Universal Control:

https://www.presonus.com/products/UC-Surface/downloads

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For instructions on sending FX to an aux output using UC Surface, see the article below:

StudioLive Series III - How to send FX to an Aux Output with UC-Surface

A video demonstration can be found here:

StudioLive Series III - Setting up the monitor mix on StudioLive Series III digital mixers (Video)

 

1. Sending a channel to the FX Bus

  1. First, you will need to choose your FX bus (A, B, C, D) at the bottom left of the console.FX_button.JPG
  2. Then, raise the fader of your desired channel to adjust its send level to the FX Bus.raise_channel.JPG
  3. Be sure that the FX Bus Master-Fader is raised before proceeding.

 

2. Returning FX Signal from the FX Bus to an Aux

After you have your FX Bus set with your channels,

  1. Choose your Aux mix from the bank on the left (mix 7 used as an example)Mix_button.JPG
  2. Next, raise the Fader of the desired Input-channel to pass dry signal from that channel into the Aux.
  3. Then press the 'Next' button below the Fat Channel section until you see the FX Return faders.Next_button.JPG
  4. Raise the corresponding FX Return Fader (A, B, C, D, depending on which effect you selected) to add your desired amount of Wet/FX Signal into the Aux mix.

 

You should now have FX Signal in your Aux output.

 

Please note: The FX busses (A, B, C ,D) are global. Their FX Returns are the same as the Main Mix.

This article also applies for the additional FX mixes of the StudioLive 64S (E, F, G, H).

 

 

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