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SoundCraft UI24R cutting delays in AUX with Fractal Audio

Hi all,
has anybody experienced this?
I've Fractal Axe Fx 3 and 1 delay in parallel to my dry signal.
When it comes to the SoundCraft I can hear it normally in the PA (main audio) but not in any of the in-ears / AUX we used.
I've tried disably and bypassing everything including the Advanced Feeback Suppression but that delay can't be heard.
If I connect my wireless transmitter directly to the Fractal's output I can hear it of course because it's also in the PA.

Am I missing something here?
How can I set the SoundCraft to not process AT ALL my signal?

Thanks in advanced!

Dimitri

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    UserUser Posts: 1

    might you have a noise gate where you don't want one? just a thought. you probably have gotten it by now.

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    akuminoakumino Posts: 3
    I think I found the solution!
    I use a delay 2290 on the axe FX which has phase inversion on one channel. Since the aux sums the signals and does not keep the stereo separation the delay is nullified, as stated in the fractal audio wiki guide for this delay.
    I thought it went out in stereo 🥲
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    aldo11mgaldo11mg Posts: 1

    You can use two auxes to have an stereo mix and pan your axe fx also in the aux, if you have another aux free it could work for you, also you can patch the output of those 2 aux to a headphone out so you can have the stereo out with a trs instead of two xlr saving physical outputs in case you need them

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    akuminoakumino Posts: 3

    @aldo11mg said:
    You can use two auxes to have an stereo mix and pan your axe fx also in the aux, if you have another aux free it could work for you, also you can patch the output of those 2 aux to a headphone out so you can have the stereo out with a trs instead of two xlr saving physical outputs in case you need them

    That's an idea I'd like to try but the TRS connector of the XviveU4 sucks quite a bit and introduces a ground noise that it's really really a pain in the butt. Unreasonably high and unusable! I tried with another connector but I can't understand why it gets even worse :dizzy:

    I'll switched delay for now, but when I'll have the chance I'll try some more stuff!

    Thanks for the help Aldo! Much appreciated! Cheers!!!

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