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How do I set up the "Start Track" buttons?

I would like to know how to configure the start track buttons, I use playout software and have my computer on a line in (seperate sound card)

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Hi Ed... after looking at the specs and manual for this mixer, it appears that channels 3 thru 7 have a hard wired jack for connecting to remote output jack of CD players or other hardware with a remote output. It doesn't appear that it is software assignable. Simply a plug connection to hardware. I don't think you can control your software from these buttons. Sorry.

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