Creating a master output to monitor all FX chains

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    • #116127
      qepic7
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      Hello,

       

      Is it possible at this time to create a master output within Emote that can monitor everything from all 4 FX chains?  In my case I’m using the H9000R as the main interface with Ableton. 

      I am routing the 16 USB inputs thru the 4 FX chains to 4 output pairs, and I see that inputs can only be assigned to outputs once, blocking that output from being assigned again.  So for example I cannot send the output of the 4 FX chains to a master output all within the H9000R to mix within Eventide.

      Is there a workaround for this that doesn’t involve using another audio interface?  I am not seeing anything that covers this in the manual, and not sure of how to use the Direct I/O feature to help with this situation.

       

      Thanks in advance,

    • #155952
      Kamurah
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      I use Dante instead of USB….but the setup *should* be the same.

      Save the Eventide’s USB 1+2 inputs as the ‘main outputs’ of Ableton.

      The other 14 inputs / outputs will be your sends.  Set up a direct I/O between USB inputs 1+2 and whichever output on the Eventide you want to monitor from.  An example USB 1+2 connected to Analog 1+2

      This way, anything coming from your ‘main mix’ in Ableton will get routed through USB 1+2 to the Analog outputs directly.  

      I do it this way only using Dante…where my main outputs of Logic (output 1+2) correspond to Eventide Dante input channels 1 +2.  The Dante input channels 1+2 are then routed directly to the SPDIF outputs.  From the SPDIF outputs I have headphone / monitor controller setup.  

      Hope this helps.

    • #155953
      qepic7
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      Kamurah wrote:

      I use Dante instead of USB….but the setup *should* be the same.

      Save the Eventide’s USB 1+2 inputs as the ‘main outputs’ of Ableton.

      The other 14 inputs / outputs will be your sends.  Set up a direct I/O between USB inputs 1+2 and whichever output on the Eventide you want to monitor from.  An example USB 1+2 connected to Analog 1+2

      This way, anything coming from your ‘main mix’ in Ableton will get routed through USB 1+2 to the Analog outputs directly.  

      I do it this way only using Dante…where my main outputs of Logic (output 1+2) correspond to Eventide Dante input channels 1 +2.  The Dante input channels 1+2 are then routed directly to the SPDIF outputs.  From the SPDIF outputs I have headphone / monitor controller setup.  

      Hope this helps.

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      This sounds great, I will try this tonight.  Many thanks!

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