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Originally posted by smorgan223

Here is an option for you to run both a mono out and stereo recording feed. Since the console is digital, you have the ability to run the inputs to more than one channel strip provided your channel count is less than half of the 48 available processing channels. With this split-console situation, you can route the first set of your channels to the Mono (“M”) buss and the second set (the copys) to the LR buss. You would send the Mono out to your PA and the LR out to your recording device. Now, it does complicate things a little by keeping up with two mixes, but since you are getting a digital mixer, I am assuming you are ready for the added complexity. Hope this helps!


You can accomplish the same thing by using an aux send for recording. There’s no need to split the board in half to do it.

If you make the aux send pre-fader, you have almost total control (other than separate muting) for the recording, if that’s a good thing. If you make the aux post-fader, the recording mix will follow your main mix, but can still be adjusted by changing the aux sends for each channel.