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Old 01-26-2018, 06:44 AM
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Default How to route line input 3 to out 1/2 outside Pro Tools? Mbox Pro 3

I am using a hardware channel strip going into line input 3 on my Mbox Pro 3. I tried using line input 1 but I get no audio.

When using Skype, etc. it doesn't work. Is there a way to route line input 3 to out 1/2 in the Mbox Pro Control Panel so I can use it with Skype?

I just can't figure this out. Thanks in advance for the help.

EDIT: I think I might have overlooked something very obvious. Oops. On line input 1 I should have pressed the "rear" button. This threw me off because Line 3 and 4 have the "line" button. Why did they name them different?
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