# Hybrid Q-sys Level One Training: Snapshots

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Welcome to the Q-SYS™ Training Assessment. You are about to take the assessment for Snapshots. Please watch the videos before attempting this assessment. You must correctly answer 80% of the questions to successfully pass this assessment.

• 1.

### Multiple Choice: Where will you find the Global Snapshots Bank?

• A.

In the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane

• B.

In the Schematic Library under Audio Components

• C.

In the Schematic Library under Control Components

A. In the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane
Explanation
The Global Snapshots Bank can be found in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane.

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• 2.

### Multiple Choice: How many Global Snapshot Banks can you have in your design at a time?

• A.

1

• B.

4

• C.

Unlimited

A. 1
Explanation
In the given question, the correct answer is "1". This means that in the design, you can have only one Global Snapshot Bank at a time. This suggests that the design does not allow for multiple Global Snapshot Banks simultaneously.

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• 3.

### Fill in the Blank: How many Snapshots can be saved in a single Snapshot bank?

24, TWENTYFOUR, TWENTY-FOUR, TWENTYFOUR, Twenty-Four, Twenty Four, TwentyFour, Twenty four, Twenty-four, Twentyfour, twenty-four, twentyfour, twenty four
Explanation
The correct answer is that 24 snapshots can be saved in a single snapshot bank.

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• 4.

### Check ALL that Apply: Check which of the following statements are true regarding the Snapshot Bank in the image.

• A.

There is nothing saved in Snapshot 4.

• B.

Snapshot 2 and Snapshot 3 contain the same information.

• C.

• D.

• E.

• F.

A. There is nothing saved in Snapshot 4.
B. Snapshot 2 and Snapshot 3 contain the same information.
C. Snapshot 3 is currently loaded.
D. Snapshot 2 is currently loaded.
Explanation
Based on the given information, we can determine the following statements to be true:
- There is nothing saved in Snapshot 4.
- Snapshot 2 and Snapshot 3 contain the same information.
- Snapshot 3 is currently loaded.
- Snapshot 2 is currently loaded.
This means that Snapshot 1 is not currently loaded and Snapshot 4 is empty.

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• 5.

### Multiple Choice: How do you create a User-Defined Snapshot Bank?

• A.

Use the Plus icon in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane.

• B.

Right-click a component and select “Create Snapshot from selection”.

• C.

Drag a Snapshot Bank from the Control Components into the Schematic Library.

A. Use the Plus icon in the Snapshots panel in the Left-Side Pane.
Explanation
To create a User-Defined Snapshot Bank, you need to use the Plus icon in the Snapshots panel located in the Left-Side Pane. This option allows you to add a new snapshot bank to your project.

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• 6.

### Check ALL that Apply: How can you add a control or a component to a User-Defined Snapshot Bank?

• A.

Drag the control or component over the Snapshot bank in the Left-Side Pane and release.

• B.

Select the control or component, click on the Plus icon in the Snapshot panel and select “Create new Snapshot Bank from selection.”

• C.

Right click any control or component and select “Create new Snapshot Bank from selection.”

A. Drag the control or component over the Snapshot bank in the Left-Side Pane and release.
B. Select the control or component, click on the Plus icon in the Snapshot panel and select “Create new Snapshot Bank from selection.”
Explanation
To add a control or a component to a User-Defined Snapshot Bank, you can either drag the control or component over the Snapshot bank in the Left-Side Pane and release it, or you can select the control or component, click on the Plus icon in the Snapshot panel, and choose "Create new Snapshot Bank from selection."

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• 7.

### Check ALL that Apply: Select the possible Modes of a User-Defined Snapshot Bank.

• A.

Normal Mode

• B.

Scene Mode

• C.

WriteProtect Mode

• D.

Global Mode

• E.

RampTime Mode

• F.

Emulation Mode

A. Normal Mode
B. Scene Mode
C. WriteProtect Mode
Explanation
The possible Modes of a User-Defined Snapshot Bank include Normal Mode, Scene Mode, and WriteProtect Mode. Normal Mode allows the user to save and recall snapshots of the current settings. Scene Mode allows the user to save and recall snapshots of the current settings along with additional scene-specific parameters. WriteProtect Mode prevents any changes from being made to the snapshots in the bank.

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• 8.

### Multiple Choice: Which of the following statements best describes Scene Mode?

• A.

The Snapshot Bank will automatically save the Snapshot you are in when you load a new Snapshot.

• B.

The Snapshot will highlight the controls that have changed when you load a new Snapshot.

• C.

The Snapshots in the Bank will load sequentially based on your specified Ramp Time.

A. The Snapshot Bank will automatically save the Snapshot you are in when you load a new Snapshot.
• 9.

### Multiple Choice: Which button will disable the Save buttons to prevent you from accidentally saving over a Snapshot?

• A.

WriteProtect

• B.

SaveProtect

• C.

SceneProtect

• D.

SnapshotProtect

A. WriteProtect
Explanation
The correct answer is "WriteProtect." This button will disable the Save buttons to prevent you from accidentally saving over a Snapshot. By enabling the WriteProtect feature, it ensures that the Snapshot remains unchanged and cannot be overwritten or altered. This is a useful function to safeguard important data or configurations from being accidentally modified or deleted.

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• 10.

### Multiple Choice: What does the Ramp Time knob do?

• A.

Changes the length of time it takes to transition from one Snapshot to another.

• B.

Changes the length of time the Snapshot bank will wait to load a Snapshot after the load button is selected.

• C.

Adjusts the values of all knobs/faders that are associated with the Snapshot Bank.

A. Changes the length of time it takes to transition from one Snapshot to another.
Explanation
The Ramp Time knob adjusts the length of time it takes to transition from one Snapshot to another. This means that when transitioning between Snapshots, the Ramp Time knob determines how quickly or slowly the transition occurs.

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• 11.

### Multiple Choice: What tool can you use to schedule automated Snapshots to be loaded?

• A.

• B.

Q-Sys Configurator

• C.

Q-Sys Organizer

• D.

Q-Sys Coordinator

Explanation
The correct answer is Q-Sys Administrator. Q-Sys Administrator is the tool that can be used to schedule automated Snapshots to be loaded. It allows for the automation of Snapshot loading, which can help streamline and simplify the management of the Q-Sys system.

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• 12.

### Multiple Choice: What is the primary difference between the two types of Snapshot Banks?

• A.

A Global Snapshot Bank records every control in the entire design, while a User-Defined Snapshot Bank only records specific controls.

• B.

A Universal Snapshot Bank records every control on the Schematic Page, while a Customized Snapshot Bank only records specific controls.

A. A Global Snapshot Bank records every control in the entire design, while a User-Defined Snapshot Bank only records specific controls.
Explanation
A Global Snapshot Bank records every control in the entire design, while a User-Defined Snapshot Bank only records specific controls. This means that a Global Snapshot Bank captures all controls present in the design, providing a comprehensive view of the entire system. On the other hand, a User-Defined Snapshot Bank allows the user to select and record only specific controls, providing a more focused and customized snapshot based on their requirements.

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• 13.

### Multiple Choice: Which of the following statements best describes a Snapshot?

• A.

A loadable recording of the status of one or more controls in a design.

• B.

A loadable template that can be applied to new Schematic pages.

• C.

A readable log of the status of multiple components in a design.

A. A loadable recording of the status of one or more controls in a design.
Explanation
A Snapshot is a loadable recording of the status of one or more controls in a design. This means that it captures the current state of the controls and allows for easy reloading or restoring of that state at a later time. It is not a template or a log, as those options do not accurately describe the purpose or functionality of a Snapshot.

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• 14.

### Check ALL that Apply: Select the types of elements that can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component (without enabling Control Pins).

• A.

Controls

• B.

Components

• C.

Another Snapshot Bank

• D.

Nothing can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component without enabling Control Pins

D. Nothing can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component without enabling Control Pins
Explanation
A Snapshot Bank component is used to store and recall the state of controls and components in a patch. Without enabling Control Pins, it is not possible to wire any type of element to a Snapshot Bank component. This means that nothing can be wired to a Snapshot Bank component without enabling Control Pins.

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• 15.

### True or False: A design must be either running or in Emulation Mode to record and load Snapshots.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
To record and load Snapshots in a design, it must be either running or in Emulation Mode. This means that the design must be actively functioning or in a mode that simulates its behavior. In these modes, the necessary data and states can be captured and saved as Snapshots for later analysis or restoration. Therefore, the statement is true.

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• 16.

### True or False: Once a control is part of one Snapshot Bank, it cannot be added to another Snapshot Bank.

• A.

False

• B.

True

A. False
Explanation
The statement "Once a control is part of one Snapshot Bank, it cannot be added to another Snapshot Bank" is false. Controls can be added to multiple Snapshot Banks. A Snapshot Bank is a collection of controls that can be used to create consistent snapshots of an application's state. Controls can be organized into different Snapshot Banks based on their functionality or usage. Therefore, a control can be part of one Snapshot Bank and also be added to another Snapshot Bank if needed.

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• 17.

### Multiple Choice:Which controls will a Global Snapshot memorize?

• A.

Every control in the entire design

• B.

Every control on the same Schematic Page as the Snapshot Bank

• C.

Only the controls that have been dragged into the Snapshot Bank

A. Every control in the entire design
Explanation
A Global Snapshot will memorize every control in the entire design. This means that all controls, regardless of their location or page, will be saved and remembered by the Global Snapshot. This allows for a comprehensive and complete snapshot of the entire design, ensuring that no control is left out or overlooked.

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• 18.

### Multiple Choice:How do you remove a component or control from a User-Defined Snapshot Bank?

• A.

Select the control or component icon in the Snapshot panel and press Delete.

• B.

You cannot remove a control or component from a Bank once it has been assigned to it.

• C.

Open the Snapshot Bank’s control panel and remove the control or component from it.

A. Select the control or component icon in the Snapshot panel and press Delete.
Explanation
To remove a component or control from a User-Defined Snapshot Bank, the correct method is to select the control or component icon in the Snapshot panel and press Delete. This action will remove the selected item from the Snapshot Bank. The other options provided in the question are incorrect.

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