Gary Higgins;159469 wrote:
Kyle, I am unsure as to how you are connected to the mixer if using another DAW interface and not the mixer's usb card? It seems like from your post this would be more of an issue for how the other interface can send/return signals...but maybe I (perhaps others as well) misunderstand what you are really asking.
Gary Higgins;159601 wrote:
That 'aggregate pass thru' bit made me a tad shy Don't know how it may apply to this routing. Anyway a way to do it (without aggregate) is use the ultranet assignments in the card out routing instead of "local". This allows 2 things. 1) allows a tap point beyond the input/lc position for a card source and 2) allows you to select direct outs of the fx returns as card signals. So first go to your ultranet menu and define each ch as you like, for this example say, set p16 ch 1-8 as direct outs, post eq, of fx 1L,1R, 2L,2R, 3L, 3R, 4L and 4R. Then in your card out menu set card out 1-8 to ultranet 1-8. That should send the FX return ch's to your first 8 daw ch's. You can also use your output 1-16 menu and do the same-this would allow 16 more card ch's with the same direct out options (the same tap point and source out options).
Kyle Ober;159700 wrote:
it doesn't allow you to place it at "Post EQ" Closest you can get to that is Pre Fader.[/FONT][/COLOR]
Gary Higgins;159702 wrote:
Look again at Out 1-16 and Ultranet out, you can choose post eq. post eq+M, pre fader or prefader+M for each ch there
You do have to send whatever ch's TO the desired FX first and return them to the desired bus. You can't send a bus to an FX.