I have been searching the forum and google, and I can't figure this one out. Hopefully it's a nice easy one, staring me in the face.
I want to route my computer audio through Studio One.
I have my Studio 192 hooked up correctly, and I can play Spotify/itunes no problem. In UC Surface the audio comes through Channel 27 "DAW 1". However inside Studio One, UC surface is bypassed, and I cannot find any corresponding input in the Song Setup.
What am I missing?
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I was searching the forums for exactly the same issue.
When I turn on my Studio 192 I have an app installed called SoundSwitcher that simply changes my Windows Audio playback device to MAIN OUT L/R Studio 192.
From that point I can hear all windows audio through the Studio 192 and just like you the sound comes in on DAW 1 (Channel 27).
However if I attempt to record to Studio One 3 or sample into NI Maschine it's like there is no place in either product to "FIND" channel 27.
Anybody have an answer for this? What are we missing?
when you are in the daw, look at the main fader. Where is that routed to? Its listed in the black box at the top of the fader.
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I posed this question to Presonus support. Basically without going through the whole long answer I got it boils down to this... Those DAW channels are useless channels that server no purpose for those wanting to "record" or sample what is coming through on them because there is NO way to route that audio to an input. PERIOD. HUGE FAIL! I've owned just about every interface brand you can think of over the last 2 decades and all of them were able to do this without any issue. Because of this I am seriously considering selling my studio 192 and moving back to RME.
Yes I did and it is a ridiculous hurdle to jump through in order to achieve the desired outcome. In my mind, if you can hear the audio, you ought to be able to record it. But alas....no! Bottom line - there is no way to record the audio coming from your computer even though you can actually hear it natively through the interface....mind numbing fail for an audio interface.
All of that said - I actually found an answer for this. A nifty piece of software called Dante Via from a company called audinate. Not free but works 100%. Their slogan is literally "Connect Everything" any audio from any source to any destination. It works as advertised. Doesn't matter where the audio is coming from (interface, web, PC, application, external source etc...) you can route it from any source to any destination. Check it out here I think it's like $50 for lifetime license:
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