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RE: effective mobius,mixer and soundcard routing

Thanx Jeff but this isnt a good solution,first of all it is noisy then i 
have to have the individual channels muted when i am using the monitor 
send, otherwise i get that metallic oscilating feedback sound.
Please see my other post on this thread i am really hoping to find a 
solution for this i am in love with mobius and will find it hard to go 
back to my mono EDP!!


--- On Tue, 12/2/08, Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com> wrote:

> From: Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com>
> Subject: RE: effective mobius,mixer and soundcard routing
> To: "Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com" 
> Date: Tuesday, December 2, 2008, 10:49 AM
> > What would be the most effective way to route this,is
> it possible to
> > bring back the outs of the soundcard back into the
> mixer without
> > creating feedback? my mixer does not have alt 3/4
> outs,but here is the specs:
> > http://www.mackie.com/products/profx8/
> You might be able to use the "MON SEND" bus as an
> alternative to alt 3/4.
> Turn up Aux Mon on just the instrument channels.  Connect
> your sound card.  Aux Mon will now be the faders for the
> computer mix.
> Connect the output of the sound card to a mixer channel
> with Aux Mon
> turned all the way down.  Connect the main outs of the
> mixer to your
> speakers.  Put effects on the computer channel.
> What I don't know is if you can apply effects to the
> MON SEND output,
> it may tap in before the effects.  
> You could do something similar with the stereo FX SEND,
> using it
> as a computer mix bus without using the STEREO RETURN.  But
> page 15 clearly says this does not include internal effects
> processing.
> Jeff