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need help how to get zero latency monitoring using studio one pro on studiolive 24.4.2?
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pgyusri
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Hi studiolive users i need help. How to i activate the zero monitoring using studio one pro on studiolive 24.4.2? i manage to solve the problem for a while buy shutting of the monitor toggle on studio one pro... problem is the singer wants to have a bit of reverb on his vocal. when i activate the monitoring on studio one pro he could hear latency? pls help me to solve the problem. thank you
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Use an AUX to send the vocals to the singer's monitors and use the built-in effects to provide a bit of reverb. Record the vocal track directly without the effect for later processing.
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You don't get zero latency monitoring through Studio One, you get it through the console. The effect processor in the console is for exactly that purpose - so you can add reverb to a source without even having a computer connected.

I assume you're sending the singer a headphone mix using one or two Aux outputs. Make sure that the track that you're recording does not contribute to the mix that you're sending to the singer's headphones. You can do that by muting the track in the DAW's mixer or, if you're making the headphone mix on the StudioLive from individual tracks coming back from the mixer, just don't put that track in the monitor mix. Listen to it from the channel you're using as the input.

What you'll need to do is send the FX return to the singer's headphones by double-punching the Mix button for the Aux Send that's going to the singer's headphones and turn up the pot for that FX processor. Since you have a 24, you'll see the label if you know what to look for. Someone just posted a photo here earlier today. I'll stick a copy of it in here if I find it while I'm remembering it. Here it is:


Pots 5 and 6 are the returns from FX-A and FX-B respectively.

So once you're set up like that, you can then just adjust the FX send for the singer's channel until he hears enough reverb in his phones.

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thats great thanks guys! i'll give it a try!
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