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Raoul23 08-05-2019 02:41 PM

Patch bay problems
Ok guys I got hold of a warm audio 1176 and want to patch it in so I can use it on anything from vocals to bass. Iíve tried to do it but with no success yet, hoping someone here can help.

The equipment Iím using
Behringer patchbay PX 2000
Warm audio 1176
Tech 21 RBI

I record bass on analog input 5 in all my ProTools sessions

Iíve connected the RBI and Compressor together to make sure it all works and it does. Now when Iím Iíve hooked it up to the patchbay it doesnít work??

Instead of me trying to explain my signal flow Iíve drawn a picture. Patchbay slot 1 is set to normal and patchbay slot 2 is set to open

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64GTOBOY 08-05-2019 03:15 PM

Re: Patch bay problems
Well your diagram shows the input and output of the 1176 on one patch which wont work unless you are non normalled. I would run the comp out on the same patch as PT in and comp in by itself or you can have it normalled to one input device and just patch to others from the front.

Raoul23 08-05-2019 03:28 PM

Patch bay problems
The 1176 is set to open, here is how Iím patching it on the front


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Bob Olhsson 08-05-2019 07:28 PM

Re: Patch bay problems
It appears that you want to use that 1176 in a Pro Tools insert. Is that correct?

I would advise recording the bass without the SansAmp or 1176 with the player listening to a studio monitor. That way the player controls the dynamics and tone with their fingers and "touch."

Raoul23 08-06-2019 02:07 AM

Re: Patch bay problems
Hi Bob

I want to be able to patch the 1176 in to anything later on down the line when I purchase some more preamps. Iím just using the sansamp really to head my head around setting up the patch bay

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