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Old 02-14-2014, 05:44 PM
EmperorMusic EmperorMusic is offline
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Default Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 and Command|8 Control Surface

Hey guys.

Just got my hands on a great used Digidesign/Focusrite Command|8 Control Surface! Everything works great and smooth with it but I was wondering if there was a way to control my Saffire Pro 40 monitor level with the Command|8 "control room Level" knob.

Or, if possible is there a way to use the Command|8 as a "thru pass" for the monitors but still have control over them, where the monitors go:

SaffireMonitorOUT > Command8ExternalSourceIN > Command8SpkrOUT > MonitorIN

It seems like I must be just dreaming, I cannot find the capabilities to do this anywhere!

If anyone has any suggestions or work-arounds please post!

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