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Control room out issues

Is there a way to set up the control room out so that I can raise and lower out to speakers without lowering in put to my computer?

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There is a volume control where you select the source of the control room signals. There is NOT a slider type fader. The same pot that controls the phones varies the control room speakers.

You could also use one of the AUX to drive your control room speakers, however they are usually used to drive the stage monitors.

Posted on May 12, 2010

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