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 Post subject: Audio channel routing wrong in Live with RME Fireface
PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2012 4:43 am 

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Channels 1-8 route correctly. e.g., If I send an output from live to ch 6, in RME's totalmix, the output will be coming out ch 6.

Outputting to ch 9/10(the headphone outs), actually routes the audio out 11/12(spdif). After that, I can't get any audio going anywhere. This is at the ext output in Live. e.g., choosing 11/12 for my Cue Out *won't* light up the little output meter if the metronome is on.

Oddly enough, previously, selecting 27/28(last 2 ch in the 2nd adat) would route to the headphone out. I'm not even getting that right now.

I'm on the latest FF drivers and Live 8.3. I'm downloading the beta right now because this broke somewhat recently. Maybe it was the 8.3 update.

It's not a totalmix problem because I've quintuple checked that.


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 Post subject: Re: Audio channel routing wrong in Live with RME Fireface
PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2012 7:19 am 

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Wrong forum!

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 Post subject: Re: Audio channel routing wrong in Live with RME Fireface
PostPosted: Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:59 pm 

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Wrong forum!


It's not the wrong forum if this bug was introduced in an earlier Live update and I want it fixed in the next GM release. In any case, the bug is from RME's 3.02 version of the Fireface800 drivers, not that I'm on 3.08; the routing is fine. Carry on.


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