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    Tricaster Onboard Audio Delay & EQ to Dante?

    Hello,

    Is there a way for the Tricaster's source-by-source audio delay and EQ settings to follow out into a Dante matrix, which connects to our Yamaha TF1 mixer?

    As far as I can tell, delay and EQ only affect sources when mixed inside our TC1's onboard audio mixer. So, it appears Dante grabs the TC1's audio feeds pre-delay / pre-EQ?

    This is an issue for us, as we have 4 channels of inbound LiveU NDI feeds that need delay after bouncing around our network. The TF1 has no input-side, source-by-souce delay capability. It only has a single output-side delay (group?) that feeds to L/R program.

    Thanks...

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    Can you route the Dante audio out of TC1 to the TF1 through an AUX bus? I'd expect that to be post-delay.
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    Hi Steve,

    I'll definitely give that a try next time I have access to our system.

    Is TC1's internal audio routing a software thing, or a physical circuitry thing?

    Best,
    Chad

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