Recording ST1 ST2 ST3 to multitrack?

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  • #44950
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    coffee_king
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    Hi there
    Is it possible to record ST1 ST2 ST3 to multitrack USB stick?
    I’m only getting 18 tracks showing up on the USB stick when I record, Channels 1-16 then 17 & 18 as the stereo FOH mix.

    Thanks

    #44951
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    You need to change your USB routing map. Setup -> Output Patch -> USB Audio. Set the desired channels to ST1L ST1R ST2L ST2R ST3L ST3R etc as necessary

    DC

    #44952
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    Ah great, so I can record all the ST channels as well as all the Channels 1-16?

    #44954
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    No – but you can choose which 18 channels to record.

    You might need to down mix a couple, I think you can select mixes/groups to record, so you can dump e.g. the drums as a single channel.

    OR:

    Yes – but not at the same time.

    The USB B recording option might also be of interest.

    #45527
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    You need to change your USB routing map. Setup -> Output Patch -> USB Audio. Set the desired channels to ST1L ST1R ST2L ST2R ST3L ST3R etc as necessary

    Hi
    I cant see how to change what channels are recorded from the above. Can anyone help please?
    Thanks in advance.

    #45529
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    Section 8.14 of the manual should be all you need.

    note the ‘+1’ feature on the fn key – very useful for large chunks of assignment.

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