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Mixing headphone levels

How would I go about hearing certain tracks through my headphones i.e a metronom whilst other sequences play out loud.(so that I would be the only one who heard the click not the audience I have a yamaha psr 740

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More important than your keyboard for this question is the mixer you are using.

Put the metronome on a channel and only pot it up in an Aux send. Set up the mix for your phones using that same aux send. Use the main outs for PA.

That would be one way to do it. The idea is, you want to set up a mix for you, and a separate mix for everyone else. Mixers are capable of having several different mixes sent on their various outputs, so pick one to use for your headphones, and use a different set of outputs for the other mix.

A mixer does exactly that. It mixes. If you think of a graph, the X side would be your inputs, the Y side is your outputs. You can mix different versions of X at each Y.


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