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routing mixes out and back into pro tools
Old 15th August 2005
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routing mixes out and back into pro tools

Hiya,

Just curious...

I'd like to take my mixes out of pro tools (stereo), hit them with the fatso, and take them back into pro tools.

Is there any way to monitor this without hearing that robotic sizzle?

Thanks!

kelly
Old 15th August 2005
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Sounds like a clocking problem, but we need more details about your setup before it can be fixed. Computer, software, interfaces, etc.
Old 15th August 2005
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Thanks for responding.

Basically, I'm just hoping to route a pro tools mix (LE, 002R) out of the interface, to the fatso via patchbay, and then back to another set of inputs on the 002R to record it. Does that make any sense? Are people generally using external mixers to monitor in this situation?

This plagued me in Logic too, but I can't remember what I did.

Thanks for any help!

kelly
Old 15th August 2005
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Send the mix out 1/2, patch 1/2 into the fatso and record back into PT's to an audio track with inputs set to 1/2 and outputs to 3/4. Set it to input monitor mode and patch outputs 3/4 to your monitor set-up, whatever that may be.

Should work fine.
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thanks!

kelly
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