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How can I send output directly to hardware outputs 3/4?

Posted: Thu Mar 09, 2017 5:01 pm
by Xibolba
I'm using Sonar Platinum connected to my FireStudio Tube and am puzzling over something I'm seeing while trying to reamp. Essentially I want to record something dry, solo it, send it out to a reamp box and into an amplifier, and record the result with a microphone.

I'm configured to use outputs 1/2 (main) to send to my monitors and send my output from sonar to hardware outputs 1/2. In sonar I see meter deflection on 1/2.

In the Presonus Universal Control (UC) mixer I'm seeing output on all outs (1/2, 3/4, 5/6, phones).

So, now the problem/question. I've got my reamp box connected to 3/4. In Sonar I route my solo-ed track to 3/4 and see deflection on those meters. I do NOT see any deflection in Universal control. Seems like I should, unless I misunderstand how UC is routing things.

Is it possible to send a specific track to a specific line out? If so, how?
Thanks in advance.

Re: How can I send output directly to hardware outputs 3/4?

Posted: Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:28 pm
by cristofechabot
Hrmn....In Studio One that would be no problem. I'm not familiar with Sonar's I/O options tho.
We do have some longtime Sonar users lurking about so, hopefully, one of those guys will chime in.

That being said we can help you better now and in the future with a bit more info......if you will post your system specs in your signature, (see my sig), we will be better able to troubleshoot your problems. Without knowing what type of pc you're running, what OS you're using, what DAW etc....we often can't recommend a "simple fix"

Re: How can I send output directly to hardware outputs 3/4?

Posted: Fri May 19, 2017 12:30 am
by MarkusHassold
I agree with chistofechabot.

One thing you might have to consider is, that the routing of your channels only is inside the DAW-Mixer - but if 3-4 also menas to go out to 3-4 on the firestudio-Zube is up top your settings in the I/O-Settings of your DAW/Song. That is rather a Question for a Sonar-forum.

But maybe it will help to look up these basic settings first.