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Allen and Heath SQ Series Video Tutorial (SQ5, SQ6, SQ7)

Allen and Heath SQ Series Video Tutorial (SQ5, SQ6, SQ7)

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Learning how to take your new Allen Heath SQ5, SQ6 or SQ7 to the next level has never been easier thanks to the official Allen Heath SQ Series Video Tutorial.'s David Wills spends 2.5 hours walking you through every feature of the SQ Series Mixers' workflow from Input Channels to Advance Routing with DCA groups and everything in between. Mixing 101 in the training uses easy to understand animations to teach you how a mixer works and how to use subgroups, EQ, Compression, Effects, Sidechains and Monitor Mixes- everything you'll need to know so you can mix like a pro.

If you have been getting frustrated trying to learn your SQ5, SQ6 or SQ7 from just using the manual, then sit down, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and look over the shoulder of a professional audio engineer with 30 years in the business putting your SQ Series Mixer through its paces.

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Differences between Models
Overview of the Front Panel
Overview of the Rear Panel
Updating the Firmware
Backing up the Entire Mixer
Restoring to Factory Settings

What do Mixers Do?
What is the Signal Flow?
Aux Sends
Effect Routing
Pre-Fader vs. Post-Fader Aux Sends
The Frequency Spectrum
EQ Types
Dynamics Processing
Effects Types

Signal Flow
Patching Inputs to Channels
Preamp Settings
Naming Channels
Setting Levels
Using the Reset Function
Stereo Channels
HPF (High Pass Filter)
Insert Effects
4 Band EQ
PAFL (Solo)
Channel Library
Copy and Paste
Ganging Channels
Soft Keys and Rotaries

Aux Mixes
Pre vs. Post Sends
Assigning Channels to Mixes
Channel to All Mix
Matrix Mixes
DCAs on Soft Rotaries
DCA Spills
Strip Assign
Mute Groups

Effects Routing
Selecting Effects
Effects Return EQ
Graphic EQs


Live Workflow
Assigning Mix Outputs
Using DCAs
Using Ganged Channels
Setting Custom Layers
Using Mute Groups
Recording to USB Key
User Permissions
Remotely Controlling your SQ Series
Using Personal Monitors
Recording Workflow
Routing to an External Recorder
Recording with a DAW
Using MMC (MIDI Machine Control)
Using your SQ as a MIDI Controller
Additional Screen Settings


Customer Reviews

Based on 73 reviews
Peter Ebisch (Hagen, DE)
Allen & Heath SQ Series Course

That's it. At last I found a Course that solved all my Newby Problems at digital Live Mixing and in a way I could understand the enormus possibilities this Mixer has. Great teaching by David Wills. Thanks a lot.

Francis D Lee (Hyattsville, US)
Easy to follow Instructional

I have a couple of courses and they're all easy to follow and they demonstrate in pretty good detail the functions you'll be using in a real life situation.

Alexandre Cotnoir (Montreal, CA)

Just started into the course and was pleased to find included a nice Mixing 101 video, great for a newbie like me. I look forward to more gems like this!

kenneth mason (Sylmar, US)

Great tutorial

Kevin OGarra (Auckland, NZ)
Awesome course.

A really good course to help you get oriented with the sq series routings, workflow etc. A really great starting point for any level sound engineer. Cant beat the price either. Recommended.

Larry Jones (Concord, US)
Allen Heath video on SQ5,6,and7

Hey David the video on SQ series was great. I was able to learn guite a bit more on the sq 7 For anyone that hasn't taken the online or video on this series. It's well worth the money. Thank-you very much for taking the time to show and demonstrate these Larry J.

Jonathan De Robillard (Melbourne, AU)
Allen and heath SQ5

Course is very good

Rodney Pendleton (Alexandria, US)
From guessing to knowing!

The Allen & Heath SQ Tutorial provided much needed technical information in an easily understandable manner. It enabled me to quickly find and fix some problems that I have struggled with for a long time. I highly recommend all the ProAudio tutorials for beginners and more advanced church AV staff.

Marcel Engelbertink (Warnsveld, NL)
Just the tutorial I needed

For my Allen & Heath SQ5 I was looking for a video tutorial that was complete and in the right tempo. This tutorial was perfect for me!

Chris Marquard (Chicago, US)


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