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"Z" monitoring (low latency software monitoring) and dropout protection on audio channels is fine through the main mix output. But, it's not working on the cue mix (audio is delayed by the dropout protection buffer amount). From what I've read, it should.

Can anyone confirm that this is OK or a problem on their system?

I9900K 4.68 Ghz, Gigabyte Designaire MB, latest Win 10 build, Steinberg MR816X interface, Studio One 4.6.1
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by robertgray3 on Sat Feb 01, 2020 6:11 pm
It works for me

Are you going through a bus? I feel like there was a bug where it doesn’t work when you’re going through some combination of bus routing

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by j0001s on Sun Feb 02, 2020 11:21 am
Thanks for confirming that it does work for you. I suspected it was system related.

I tried a test project that had only one track wired directly to the output, and I get the same behavior with the cue mix.

This is not the only Z monitoring bug I have. Instrument Z low latency monitoring flat out does not work for me. You play on the keyboard, and no notes play. Until 15 to 30 seconds later, where they start dribbling out. It does work fine if I either press a key on the plugin instrument's keyboard (if it has one), or the Querty keyboard.

I'll put in a bug report with Presonus for both. I'll also try another audio interface to see if it changes anything.
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by mikemanthei on Sun Feb 02, 2020 12:25 pm
15 to 30 seconds? That is some extreme latency!

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