Routing my 4000B+

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    • #105754
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       I want to use my 4000 to effect recorded tracks in Cubase. I understand that I can route it through my Delta 1010 into the computer. However, I am using the two outs as a left and right stereo return for my aux sends in my mackie. Is there a way that I can do this without having to get behind there every time I want to do this and change around the cables?Confused Is it an option to have eventide output my unit with two more analog ins and outs?

    • #117708
      IDeangelis
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      There are no hardware options for your unit. What about using a rack mounted patch-bay?

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    • #117709
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       Hmmmm. Now you got me thinking. I have one too! That's my only option? Is there any routing possibiities through the Mackie I might be overlooking?

    • #128844
      IDeangelis
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       I don't know if you have routing options in your system as i don't know how your system is setup…

      Another possibility (maybe!) is that the digital outputs of the Eventide are active, together with the analog ones. I don't have your unit here but it may be possible all analog/digital outputs are active. Going digitally may be another way.

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    • #128845
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      Outlined system above. Pretty simple: Cubase 4 – Delta 1010 – Mackie 1604. But i understand. We are on an Eventide forum. I will check to see if my 1010 can accept digital if not I might have to go with suggestion 1. Thank you for your prompt responses.Big Smile

    • #128846
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       OK. The Delta 1010 HAS digital in/out. Thanks for walking me through this!Geeked

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