I’ve never been in a gang, so might not be the best person to talk about ganging, but apparently it just means combining items together.
Clicking on the Assign Gangs button will set the Audio Matrix into assignment mode. To define to create a gang, simply type the same name or letter into each text box.
For example, I might want to control the front outputs together, Left, Right, and Center. So in those three boxes, I’ll type the word “Front”.
Instead want to control inputs 1, 2, and 3? For each one type, “F”.
Or maybe you just want to control a random assortment of inputs, outputs, and cross points. So click in each one and type “R”. I don’t know why you would ever want to do this, but you can.
Once you’ve made your assignments, click on Assign Gangs again any adjustment on one fader will make the same adjustment on all the others.
Ganging assignments are unique to each cue. If you want to make these assignments in one cue, they won’t track to the next. If you want these to persist beyond all audio cues, you can either use the Paste Properties features, or you can set the Audio Cue Defaults in the workspace settings. Links to both these courses are on the bottom.
Try ganging some faders.
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How do you gang faders?
Click “Assign Gangs” and then type the same name or letter into each text box for each gang you want.