FAQ | What is "Solo in Place" & how is it used on my TouchMix-30 Pro?

Understand the concept of Solo in Place and learn about what it means for an individual in our current circumstances.

Updated at May 10th, 2023

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Solo In Place (SIP) is a handy function for system set up. 

SIP mutes all the mixer inputs except the input (or inputs) that is (or are) soloed. The "Solo In Place" part means that the channel is still routed to wherever it was routed before SIP was engaged. It is used as an alternative to manually muting all the channels other than the one the operator is working on. SIP mode may be selected / deselected from the Mixer Setup page.


Cue function functions normally for the outputs when SIP is used.