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    mark w
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    Looking for a way to have vocals and fxs only routed to an out put separate from LR. Have vocal channels assigned to DCA which is routed to a separate output to a pair of speakers that is working but no FX. Assigned FX to same DCA as well but not getting fxs thru that output.

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    KeithJ A&H
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    @markwarila ,

    Input channels and FX channels are two different types of channels with separate (direct) outputs, though the levels of both can be controlled at the same time using a DCA.
    To combine multiple channels to one output, you need to mix them. So you need to send the vocals and FX to a mix bus (probably a group, so you could route this to other mixes if required) and then route that to an output.

    Hope this helps.
    Keith.

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    mark w
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    Yes that solved it. Thank You!

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    Chris93
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    Mark, DCAs do not carry any audio, so you cannot route them anywhere. They function as a remote control for the channel faders they are assigned to, so adjusting a DCA by X DB has the same effect as adjusting all the assigned channels by X dB.

    If you want an audio bus you can route signals to, and which can itself be routed somewhere, you’d want to use a group.

    Chris

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