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Hi Everyone, First Post Here,


I can't select the Cue mix option in song setup to create individual monitor\Headphone outs.

I routed and setup my outputs already. I can select outputs from the sends but i don't have the Cue mix Icon under the sends Icon. Hope this makes sense?

I can use the sends to create monitor mixes but would preferer to just keep the sends for my busses.

Update: I was able to get a Cue mix by selecting 2 channels. . . Works great, Not quite what I wanted. Does S1 give you the option for mono Cue mix sends? This is odd

Setup: Studio One 5.3
Audio Interface: Motu 16A

Best to you all, Help is appreciated!

Scott
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by bailatosco on Tue Sep 07, 2021 5:11 pm
For some reason, no, you can't have a mono cue mix in SO.
Would be nice tho.
Also I wonder if anyone discovered a workaround for this.

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by wahlerstudios on Wed Sep 08, 2021 5:29 am
Cue mixes in Studio One are stereo mixes, but they have their own panning option per track. Simply set pan to center, then you get your mono cue mix.

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by scottlitchfield on Fri Sep 10, 2021 7:23 pm
Thanks so much guys! Now I know. Appreciate the replies and suggestion on the mono work around. . . Should do the trick!



Scott.
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by st-pierreerick on Sun Dec 04, 2022 7:50 pm
Bon soir,
J’ai le même problème avec les retours de mix. J’ai l’option mono où stéréo mais je n’arrive pas a activé la sortie mono. Donc je suis toujours obligé de sélectionner un retour stéréo. Mon but est d’utiliser tous les 8 retours en mono pour faire des mix de casque.
Merci!
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by alanfishwick on Thu Feb 02, 2023 12:46 pm
But this gives you a mono mix that are the same for both left and right channels. I would like to have a different mix on each channel 🙁🙁
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by SwitchBack on Thu Feb 02, 2023 3:25 pm
Different on each channel = stereo, I'd say. Between the levels and the panning you can set for each channel you can make left and right as different as you want :) :)

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