Originally Posted by DuraMorte
So, you want your YouTube videos to come out of the main mix, but not come out of the main mix? Sounds impossible to me. Sorry.
Not quite... Let me add a bit of context here.
I'm a living room player, and I just like to have my
multiple sources of sound going in the mixer so everything is handy :
Chan1+2 : TC Helicon Harmony G-XT (mic and acoustic guitar)
Chan3+4 : Digitech RP500 (XLR)
Chan5 : Additional lone Senn e835 microphone
Chan6+7 : Bass from POD X3
I like to have everything ready to play, so that's why I use a mixer and studio monitors.
My goal was to :
-Be able to send whatever channels I want to a USB soundcard input to record the output of the mixer;
-Be able to listen the output of the computer (via USB souncard) in my mixer.
Further reading is leading me to think that the solution might be to use the subgroup functions of the mixer. I could simply plug the SUB OUT of the mixer into the line inputs of the USB soundcard. That way, if i'm ready to record a channel strip, I just push the "to SUB" button on those tracks and the resulting channels will be send to the SUB OUT on the mixer...
Ughhh... this is not easy to understand, could anyone point me to tutorials to help me understanding this AUX1, AUX2, subgroup stuff...?
Have a great day!