M-MMO ADAT outs to Mackie TT24 ADAT ins

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    Hi Folks,

    I would love to use the ADAT outputs on the M-MMO that I have in my iDR48 to send ‘post input gain’ direct outputs to one of our Mackie TT24 consoles – which has 3 x ADAT in/out as standard. The idea being to use the TT24 as a monitor console.

    I have everything hooked up with the global direct outs on the iLive set to ‘post pre-amp’; the TT24 is set to 48K, ‘internal’ clock source, and all ADAT inputs mapped correctly but I get no signal at all at the Mackie’s inputs.

    A problem with clock source is nagging at me, but I only have ‘Internal’ available on the iLive/T’s audio sync section.

    I’m pretty new to the iLive/T system but I think I’ve looked in all the right places – any ideas?

    Thanks in advance,


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    Hi Adrian.

    It sounds like you did the obvious tasks:
    – set port b to have the mmo card
    – map direct outs to the adat

    This might be your problem
    – You need to hit apply EVERY time you assign a direct out to an adat channel on the I/O setup screen.
    1)click the ADAT channel
    2) select the outptu source
    Repeat this process clicking apply each time until all channels are set up

    Other things to possibly look at:
    – ensure follow fader is off in the mixer preferences
    – ensure follow mute it off

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    Thanks for that.

    It turns out that it’s NOT the iLive, I managed to hook it up to an Alesis HD24 recorder and it worked effortlessly…off to the Mackie forums I think!



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