Nico Suarez & Jose Ortega discuss the 32 GEQs available on the desk. These can be grouped into up to 8 groups – all members of the groups are controlled together – nifty for monitors. A/B comparisons are simple, and you can choose between Proportional and Constant Q. Constant is commonly used for FOH, whilst Proportional Q is often useful for monitors. You can even use the knobs rather than faders to give an extra level of control.

Links:
https://www.soulsound.co.uk/agency/jose-ortega
http://proav.roland.com
http://proav.roland.com/ohrca/

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