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Not all Inputs and Outputs are working

After setting up my studio, I found out that I was able to get outputs from only 1 and 2. The only inputs I have are 1,2 and 3. Can anyone tell me what to do get all inputs and outputs working ?

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To answer your question I would go to the M-audio desktop icon and double click on it to open it up. Go to monitor and make shure that you bring the levels of each one of the tracks up to 2/3 rd up. Pan each one hard left and hard right and make shure mute is off. Click the top boxes at the bottom of the vu slot and see if that helps. Also you must save it or it will return to the previous settings.

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