Headphone Mixes-COM 212

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Headphone Mixes in COM 212A

There are Q 1 & 2 jacks in the 107 Recital Hall for talent to plug in their headphones.

CUE 1

  1. Cue 1 out of your DAW is normalized into MOTU #2 Channel 15
  2. MOTU #2 Channel 15 is normalized to the API Echo 1 Module
  3. Turn ON the Echo 1 module on the API
  4. Press the Ext. In button on the Echo 1 module on the API
  5. Turn the Echo 1 pot to about 1 o'clock. This is the overall master volume level for both the API I/O echo trim pots and the cue faders in your DAW.
  6. All Echo 1 sends on all API channels go to the Echo 1 module as well.
  7. Use these individual Echo 1 trims to control the headphone volume of each LIVE instrument.
  8. Make sure to press the PRE button on all the API echo sends on each channel. This allows you to control the headphone level separate from the faders!
  9. Use the Cue faders in your DAW to control the volume of your previously recorded material.

CUE 2

  1. Cue 2 out of your DAW is normalized into MOTU #2 Channel 16
  2. MOTU #2 Channel 16 is normalized to the API Echo 2 Module
  3. Turn ON the Echo 2 module on the API
  4. Press the Ext. In button on the Echo 2 module on the API
  5. Turn the Echo 2 pot to about 1 o'clock. This is the overall master volume level for both the API I/O echo trim pots and the cue faders in your DAW.
  6. All Echo 2 sends on all API channels go to the Echo 1 module as well.
  7. Use these individual Echo 2 trims to control the headphone volume of each LIVE instrument.
  8. Make sure to press the PRE button on all the API echo sends on each channel. This allows you to control the headphone level separate from the faders!
  9. Use the Cue faders in your DAW to control the volume of your previously recorded material.

212 Isolation Booth

The headphone distribution box must be connected in order to get a headphone mix in there.

  1. Connect the headphone junction box to the 100 ft 1/4 cable.
  2. Connect the other end of the 1/4 cable to either the CUE 1 or 2 input located on the AMP rack in 212 A.