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Old 11-13-2007, 02:02 PM
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Default 003 Mixer Routing/Monitoring Question...

Hi all,

Please forgive me if this is a simpleton question. I've been using another system previous to this, and the routing seems much different on the PTLE/003. Basically there are a couple of monitor outs on the 003. These default to Analog 1&2 outputs. When I mix I want everything to go out via SPDIF, and I want the monitor outputs to also give me the SPDIF 2-channel mix.

I am aware of assigning multiple outputs to each track, but isn't there any way to globally assign the monitor outputs to mirror the SPDIF out without having to assign each track to multiple outs? I tried selecting multiple outputs on the master fader, but it wouldn't let me do that, at least via the mixer screen.

Anybody know the secret, if there is one? Thanks in advance...

Bill
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Old 11-14-2007, 07:45 AM
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Default Re: 003 Mixer Routing/Monitoring Question...

bump - hasn't anyone dealt with this issue? Thanks in advance!!
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:19 AM
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Default Re: 003 Mixer Routing/Monitoring Question...

If you look in the CoreAudio prefs There is a check box that enables you to mirror analog 1 & 2 output to SPDIF.
It is grayed out in CoreAudio version 7.3.x but is available in version 7.4.
When I installed my PTLE 7.4, I was prompted to update the firmware of the 003.
I think the firmware update has something to do with setting up the SPDIF output that did not work before on 7.3.x

You can upgrade to PTLE 7.4 for $50 and your nightmares will be over.
BTW it works with Leopard on my iMac... I will test it on my tower later.

Good Luck,
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:39 AM
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Default Re: 003 Mixer Routing/Monitoring Question...

Perfect, thanks for the response! I just went to a 7.4 "Stretch Your Sound" tour presentation last night. Kurt did a fantastic job with the presentation, and it was amazing, to say the least. I'm gonna download it tonite!!!

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