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  • #51801
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    NoisyLoft
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    Hey guys ! I will surely sound dumb, but it’s impossible for me to find informations about recording with Qu24. Impossible to find a tutorial or whatever

    What I do : connect Qu24 with USB to Computer; run ProTools 11 and change interface to Qu24; and now ?! On the console, when I change channel sources to USB, I have only 1-2 and 3-4 (main output and headphones return) showing on 1-2 and 3-4 on the Qu.

    If someone can answer to me, detailing how to, I will make a tutorial (in french, subtitles in english) showing how to do it.

    #51864
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    NoisyLoft
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    Bump !

    #51867
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    [XAP]Bob
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    What computer?

    A Mac (or Linux) box us Core Audio and will just see th channels, a Windows box will need star help – ASIO drivers…

    #51868
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    David Haughton
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    Hi @noisyloft, there is a video tutorial on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8opaijoJbY
    If you wish to return audio from Pro Tools into a stereo channel, set the global USB source to USB B Streaming, Select just ST1 and set source to USB. In your DAW this will appear as Ch 25-26, so you will need to set your DAW main out to Ch 25-26.
    You will then need to send ST1 to the Main LR mix.
    Let me know if you need any more help.

    #51869
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    mervaka
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    Bob,

    Linux isn’t Core Audio, it’s something different and more complicated:

    The Linux Audio Mess

    #51870
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    [XAP]Bob
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    It’s close enough to “just work” with core audio compliant devices…

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