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53 X32 DIGITAL MIXER Preliminary User Manual
7.5.5 Setup Screen: DCA Tab
The setup screen’s DCA tab allows setup of the console’s digitally controlled
ampliers grouping feature, also known as DCAs.
A DCA group is a grouping function, made possible by the console’s digital
operation, where individual input channels can be grouped together and
controlled with a single output fader on the right-hand side of the console.
Unlikethe traditional sub grouping function found on analog consoles,
aDCA group does not combine the dierent input channels into a common
sub-mix. Instead, the individual input channels still retain their original routing
characteristics, but their level adjustments are all commonly controlled. On the
DCA screen, the user can make useful adjustments such as assigning real names
to the DCA groups (such as “drums” or “background vocals”), as well as assigning
colors to them that are then reected in the console’s multicolor channel
To adjust the various DCA settings, perform the following steps:
1. Adjust the 1st encoder to select which of the eight DCA groups you wish
2. Tap the 1st encoder to enter the “edit” page for the currently highlighted
DCA, where its color, icon, and name can be adjusted.
On the DCA edit page, perform the following steps:
1. Adjust the 1st encoder to set the color for the currently selected DCA group.
• The selected color will be shown in the LCD screen above the selected
DCA’s output fader, on the right hand side of the console. For example,
if DCA#5 is assigned the color red, the LCD screen above output fader #5
will illuminate in red.
2. Adjust the 2nd encoder to select the graphical icon for the DCA. A large
variety of clip-art is available to represent various input sources and
3. Adjust the 3rd encoder to select a name from a list of common preset names
(snippets), for the currently selected DCA groups.
4. Tap the 3rd encoder to assign the currently highlighted preset text (snippet)
to the DCA.
5. Adjust the 4th encoder to move the text entry cursor forward/backward,
inthe DCA’s name eld.
6. Tap the 4th encoder to issue a “backspace” command, deleting the currently
highlighted character.
7. Adjust the 5th encoder to select a letter, number, or symbol to enter into the
DCA’s name eld
8. Tap the 5th encoder to insert the currently highlighted letter, number,
orsymbol into the DCA's name eld.
9. Adjust the 6th encoder to select whether the text entry choices oer capitals,
normal characters, or numbers and symbols.
10. Tap the 6th encoder to exit the DCA editing page, and save the current
parameters to the DCA.