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Solo In Place

Discussion in 'Safety' started by soundman1024, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. soundman1024

    soundman1024 Active Member

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    Tonight I nearly had an issue. Turns out the solo in place button got flipped somehow on our board. After band practice at some point I soloed something and noticed some mute lights kicked on and I was wondering what happened. I had been messing around with programming mute groups and was wondering how in the world I turned the solo button for channel 11 into a mute group. I then tried channel 1 and had something similar happen. I wondered what was going on. Soon enough I figured out it was the solo in place button. Watch that button folks, hitting it during our service would have been really bad. When I turned the solo back off and the entire band all the sudden started working again it would have bene bad too.

    No animals were harmed in the making of this post.
  2. audioslavematt

    audioslavematt Active Member

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    West Lafayette, IN
    That's the beauty of the K2, no solo in place to worry about.

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