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General Discussion / Re: Any news?
« Last post by Richard B. Ingraham on April 28, 2019, 10:13:15 AM »
Thats good to know. I only have whats posted in this forum to go by. I was hoping wed have permissions sorted on the web ui by now. I could really use delegated personal monitor mix control.

I have not even looked at that in a while.  I suspect not much has happened with regards to that but maybe it's worth checking out.  If memory serves that's actually code that is in the Host, not the GUI since your browser is connecting directly to the Host.
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General Discussion / Re: Any news?
« Last post by mattseymour on April 27, 2019, 04:23:33 AM »
Thats good to know. I only have whats posted in this forum to go by. I was hoping wed have permissions sorted on the web ui by now. I could really use delegated personal monitor mix control.
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General Discussion / Re: Any news?
« Last post by Richard B. Ingraham on April 24, 2019, 06:21:51 PM »
There has been updates to the GUI application not that long ago so obviously some work is still being done, but not much traffic here to tell us what those are about.

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General Discussion / Any news?
« Last post by mattseymour on April 24, 2019, 11:10:54 AM »
Its been a while now, so thought Id check in and ask if this project has died, or perhaps its just resting.
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General Discussion / Re: multi track recording reliability
« Last post by Richard B. Ingraham on April 19, 2019, 01:40:21 PM »
Thanks for the suggestion.  I think I knew about that.  But it's always good for a refresh.

I'm not really all that interested in two track mixes however.  If I'm going to do it, I would want a full multi-track mix that I can use for training of students on how to mix musical theatre.  Right now I only have one such show to do that with and I'd like to have some new options since the one I do have is a concert (mics on stands, not lavs)  rather than full production.

I ended up not pulling the trigger this time around till I can test it out recording to an external drive.  Or just throw in a big spinner to the host machine for recordings maybe.  I could probably just set up an eSATA port and that's just like an internal drive.
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General Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Auto Updates
« Last post by Richard B. Ingraham on April 19, 2019, 01:36:03 PM »

Windows 10 is great but the forced upgrades are ridiculous. As far as I can tell there is no known way to permanently disable the updates. If you disable the update service, there are scheduled tasks that run regularly to re-enable them. If you cancel the scheduled tasks, as soon as you reboot your computer they get added back. The possible solution is that there should be a registry key you can set to alert you that windows 10 updates are available instead of automatically installing them.

I use the Group Policy Editor method that is pointed out in the first link I shared.  So far that has worked for the most part.  With the current updates of Win 10 the way it works is that it lets you know when updates are available and then you can chose to download them and install them.  The catch to this is that if MS thinks there are critical updates, they will force them through still.

I have been burned once, I had the AMP GUI machine loose power during a tech rehearsal (yeah I know should have a UPS but we didn't), when I started it backup, it started to update the damn machine.  The dumbest part of that was it was the Technical Director trying to find a tripped breaker so he just started flipping things and he found the two breaker for the FOH mix power.  I think the machine just go screwed up because of the short power cycle.  I forget the order of events precisely now, but I think I had to do a hard reset because the machine didn't really fully shut down.  Either way what should have been a quick reboot turned into waiting on updates to install.

This happened despite the machines not being on the internet and none of the computers on the network were on the internet and I always run a through check for updates and install them on all my production computers between shows when they are in my office.  So that update must have been sitting somewhere on the hard drive of that machine laying in wait to run.
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General Discussion / Re: Windows 10 Auto Updates
« Last post by billmarch on April 16, 2019, 02:47:44 AM »

So, just curious, do none of these methods actually keep Win 10 from updating itself?  I'll admit I have not bothered to try because as I mentioned it's not caused any issues for me.  But I would hope that some of these would work?

Windows 10 is great but the forced upgrades are ridiculous. As far as I can tell there is no known way to permanently disable the updates. If you disable the update service, there are scheduled tasks that run regularly to re-enable them. If you cancel the scheduled tasks, as soon as you reboot your computer they get added back. The possible solution is that there should be a registry key you can set to alert you that windows 10 updates are available instead of automatically installing them.

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General Discussion / Re: multi track recording reliability
« Last post by jeremyjo on April 13, 2019, 04:20:05 PM »
In case you're interested, I've been using the Two-Track recorder in the GUI - it records two outputs in 16-bit (AMP sample rate) format. It's been great for, well, a Two-Track for me to review after live mixing and just hear did I miss cues? whats the general blend etc. Lately I've recorded several musicians monitor mixes so they could hear themselves after a gathering - pretty revealing (especially when I played...er tried to play bass - Oh man I needed more practice).
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General Discussion / Re: multi track recording reliability
« Last post by jlepore on March 20, 2019, 09:00:42 PM »
I also have never tried recording directly to the external drive, but using internal it has been rock solid.  Never even think about it running.
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General Discussion / Re: multi track recording reliability
« Last post by mattseymour on March 18, 2019, 10:38:01 AM »
In principle it should be absolutely fine. The amount of data being moved is relatively small, and well within what USB2 should be able to handle.
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