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Using m-audio fast track usb with Behringer mixer

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I am new to recording and have recently purchased a Behringer PMP518m 5 channel mixer, a m-audio fast track usb, and have a mac-air with garage band. I must be missing something really obvious but I do not see how to connect the Behringer mixer to the M-audio fast track? There is an imput for a guitar or a mic, but I have tried connecting the Behringer to the fast track with a speaker output cable, tried the standard red and black audio in and out connectors, and I just don't see any other obvious options.

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Use the taope outs. They're the RCA plugs located in your manual as "20".

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