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    Quick question .....

    If I have a full band all dialed in from a previous scene and I want to save the tweaks I made to this scene, can it be done? - Or do I have to save as a whole new scene, then delete the old one?
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    Hi Henry,

    You can save a scene over top of the same scene. I do it all the time.

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Vannatto View Post
    Hi Henry,

    You can save a scene over top of the same scene. I do it all the time.

    Paul


    Thanks Paul!

    Can you give me a quick run through of how to accomplish his task?
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    Hi Henry,

    Sorry for the delay. We were on our way back home from the Smokey's and just got home. Simply do the same as you would to save the scene the first time. If you are using the XControl, click on the View button of the Scene section, choose the scene in the list (eg. 01 Bethel) then click on the Save Section in the middle of the screen.

    On the X32 it is similar, but it has been about 3 weeks since I've had my paws on it. I'm doing the sound for our church tomorrow morning and will post how to do it at that time (my white hair is my excuse ).

    Paul

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    Hi Henry,

    On the X32, goto Scene section, push the View button. Choose the scene you want to overwrite, then push the 4th knob (Save Settings). Then push the 6th knob. A popup will show asking you to confirm the overwrite. Push the Page Select right (Yes) to confirm.

    Hope that helps

    Paul

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    Dear Henry,

    You may want to take a look at the following Tech Talk article which covers everything related to scene management:

    http://forum.behringer.com/showthrea...ene-Management

    Best Regards,
    Joe Sanborn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Vannatto View Post
    Hi Henry,

    On the X32, goto Scene section, push the View button. Choose the scene you want to overwrite, then push the 4th knob (Save Settings). Then push the 6th knob. A popup will show asking you to confirm the overwrite. Push the Page Select right (Yes) to confirm.

    Hope that helps

    Paul
    Thanks once again, Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Sanborn View Post
    Dear Henry,

    You may want to take a look at the following Tech Talk article which covers everything related to scene management:

    http://forum.behringer.com/showthrea...ene-Management

    Best Regards,
    Joe Sanborn
    Manager, Product Support
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    Gonna read it top to bottom, Joe. --- We need a thumbs up smiley here!
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