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Hi Guys...

I'm very confused on how this 192 is supposed to route. I don't want to use the outputs for mixes, I want to route individual audio to each output for re-amping purposes.

For example:
1. dry guitar in -> 192 input 1 (works fine - I hear the input)
2. 192 output 3 -> input of amp modeler
3. stereo output amp modeler --> 192 input 3/4
4. Then in studio one I setup the two channels...one for the dry input, the other for the wet/amp modeler.

But I don't hear anything on the second channel. Is there something I'm supposed to do in UC to make this all work?

I hope that's clear. Any help would be really appreciated.

Thank you,
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by matthewgorman on Fri Nov 09, 2018 10:58 am
what cables are you using from the modeler to the 192? What model amp modeler are you using?

Off the top of my head, if you are coming in to the 192 from the modeler with 1/4" cables, you are using the line in, and bypassing preamp gain on the 192. Additional volume needed would need to come from the modeler. If you use XLR, you can gain up with the 192 preamps.

Trace the audio signal. Do you see output signal on the out/dry output fader? Do you see/hear input in the amp modeler? Then, do you see input on the S1 inputs for Axe in?


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by caesarhernandez on Sat Nov 10, 2018 2:56 pm
Wow...I rebooted my machine and it started working. I have no idea why. :/

Thank you for the remedial response though. I appreciate it.

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