asked Jan 24 '15 at 21:44 by turbo_kev (79)

Hi I have spent a lot of time trying to find out how to make a headphone mix lets say I want to send the drums and bass but no vocals to the headphones but I also want to hear the whole mix from my monitor speaks

I seem to have found out how to do this, but I have no separate volume faders for the headphone and speakers

so if I need to up the volume in the headphones of the drums and I move the fader up it increases the volume in both headphones and speakers

is there a way to adjust the volumes to speakers and headphones separately

cheers in advance Kev

If you have a external audio-interface (audio card) this is no problem having separate volumes for headphones and speakers. Its probably that you can with lot of workarounds, just get a audiocard it will help with latenecy and stuff and allow for seperate volume controll for headphones and speakers.


answered Jan 24 '15 at 21:55 by ronnyrydgren (1.2k)

edited Jan 24 '15 at 22:11

I have a Focusrite Scarrlett 8i6 audio interface what I am trying to do is, have lets say 8 tracks of instrument's and 1 of audio

now in the booth my singer has headphones on and she wants to here her voice with a little more reverb and only hear 6 of the instrument's

how can I I adjust the reverb for her without adjusting my main mix and also send her only the instrument tracks she wants at different volumes to my main mix

I am coming over from Cubase where we had the control room, it made this kind of stuff a breeze

cheers kevin


answered Jan 28 '15 at 22:37 by turbo_kev (79)

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