Allen & Heath Qu-You
This version is for Qu mixers running V1.9 firmware.
Qu-You is a personal monitor mixing app for the Qu mixer giving you customised control of your own monitor mix on stage using an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It is for remote control of a mix in the console. It does not pass audio. Qu-You connects via Wi-Fi to a Qu-16, Qu-24, Qu-32, Qu-SB or Qu-Pac mixer. Up to 7 iOS devices running Qu-You or Qu-Control plus an iPad running Qu-Pad can be used at the same time.
Qu-You lets you:
- Choose the monitor mix (Qu Mix 1-10, and Grp1-8 if in mix mode)
- Assign which sources to control (Channels, FX returns, Groups)
- View channels numbers, names and meters
- Assign up to 4 groups of sources to level trim wheels
- Create a 'Me' group for quick control of your own channels
- Name each group
- Control the mix master level and mute
- Control the mix master PEQ, Graphic EQ and Compressor
- Control the mix send levels and pan
- Lock the mix and/or processing to prevent user error
- Use a login password if one is set at the Qu mixer
An Allen & Heath Qu-16, Qu-24, Qu-32, Qu-SB or Qu-Pac mixing console running V1.9n version firmware (n=0-9), with a wireless router (wireless access point) connected to its Network port. The Qu mixer firmware and Qu-You app maintenance version numbers ‘n’ do not need to be identical, for example Qu-You V1.90 would run with Qu mixer V1.91. Refer to the Allen & Heath web site for more information and to download the latest Qu mixer firmware.
iOS 11 Compatibility
Ratings and Reviews
Trying to record
Can you record on this app? I can record onto a flash drive- seems like I could record to my phone.
Best single mix App
Hi, I have a Qu-16 and have installed many Qu consoles I use this all the time! I use it at home to remote control my console for music at parties or in my home theater, when I take my console to a gig I just have the band download this app and they mix themselves, in-ears or floor monitors. All the other reviews that people said "the app stopped working" all there fault most likely they had auto update on and it made the version of the console and the app different.
I would recommend this for any small or large band that can't afford a monitor mixer.
And always check your updates on your console so you stay up to date on both, and it will never cause you a problem. I've never had a problem after that.
Not bad. Could be better
The main issue i have with QU-YOU is that it has only 4 thumbwheels.
I play guitar in a professional cover band and we use a QU system. 4 wheels is just not adequate for on the fly adjustment. I have to combine elements that I really would rather have instant control of.
For example, you will always have a "me" channel or wheel. For me that is vocals and guitar. In order to adjust my voice in my IEM i have to tap that wheel, then move a fader, which is pretty small. This is a 2 step process that is near impossible to do mid song.
My other 3 wheels are bass and drum, keys and other guitars, and lead vocals. It's rough trying to move just one element up or down. If i had 6 wheels, or better yet a customizable number, the app would be much better.
Other than that, it's fantastic.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.