Logic Pro 10 not responding to Q24 mono Channel level when recording

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  • #49421
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    Kev Mac
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    Hello,

    I am having trouble with the Q24 when recording into logic. I am trying to record a few instruments over usb b streaming into logic. I am getting the signal into logic no problem. The problem I’m having is when I try and do a quick mix of the instruments before I record them. Logic will not respond to the level changes when using the faders on the Q24. It completely bypasses them and I only can control the level using the Pre amp gain control on the Q24. Is there a way that I can stop this and enable the faders to control the volume of the instruments being recorded into logic? Any input would be much appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Kev

    #49426
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    Andreas
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    Depends on your USB Output Patching. If you’re feeding your DAW from post gain, its pretty clear that anything else (EQ, compressor, volume) does not affect recording. That’s exactly what I (personally) want to have during live recording, to obtain a clean signal for later mixdown inside the DAW.
    If you indeed want to record post fader, you’ll need to set your global direct out source to post fader. Sadly you do not find this setting in the USB Output Patch, but on the channel routing screen (Select any channel and press the routing button, see chapter 8.7 Channel Routing).

    #49626
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    Kev Mac
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    Right you got me in the right direction but instead of it been under the channel routing it was under : setup, i/o patch and then select the “ch/st/grp source and select direct outs! boom!!!! yes nice one. I wasnt looking to use pre eq or comp but just the faders for a quick mix before recording using the desks faders.

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