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Old 10-12-2015, 05:08 PM
jmilkey jmilkey is offline
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Default Help with Output Routing PT 10 and Apogee Ensemble.

Thanks for any advice you can give.
I am pretty sure this is something simple but I cannot for the life of me find an answer.
I need to re-amp two channels out (Analog) of my Ensemble and then route back into Pro Tools via Ensemble.

My problem is setting up the output routing.
I bought the DSUB cable which gives me 10 (8 useable) analog outs...
I need to be able to access these as MONO outs...but the outputs all show up as stereo outs....

Same for the dedicated G1 and G2 outputs for re-amping with Ensemble.
In one of my sessions I pulled up the output list and the Guitar G1 and Guitar G2 showed up as Mono outputs...

I pull up another session and only a stereo output is shown. Anyone know how to configure the outputs to give me the option to output to Mono Outs via my DSUB or G1 G2?

Thanks in advance.

Here are a couple screenshots to show you what I am dealing with....the first screen shot shows a session where the Guitar Outputs show up as Mono Outs...But I could not figure out how to get the SUBD Outputs how to show up as analog outs.....the 2nd screen shot is how all my other sessions show up...with no mono outputs.

Apparently I cannot embed this screen shots so here are some links if you care to look...


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Old 10-12-2015, 07:30 PM
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Default Re: Help with Output Routing PT 10 and Apogee Ensemble.

Hi, You can configure all this in I/O setup. You can create and name mono outputs, or create mono sub-paths under a stereo or multi-channel output. It's a very nice way of customizing Pro Tools' I/O to suit your setup. By default, Pro Tools typically creates stereo outputs with mono sub-paths.
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