I know this has been asked a million times, and I thought I had it worked out. I have control room enabled, and it feeds my stereo monitors. Yet I don’t hear audio on real time export.
The only info I can find on this is that the “control room must be configured correctly.” Well, I think it’s correct, but I guess maybe it’s not?!?! What are some of the “gotchas” I might be running into here?
Thanks for helping me through this man. So no I never see that output fader during the real time export process (real time export HAS worked successfully in the past, so I know what it’s supposed to look like).
I’m not sure what you mean by if my control room outs are connected - I define my Analog Out 1-2 as my main control room outs in the audio connections window, and my monitors are physically connected to Analog 1 and 2. Is there another step?
There is definitely nothing selected in the Output tab of Studio Connections; Analog 1-2 are only selected as the Control Room Outputs.
Couple other discoveries - if I select a real time bounce and only bounce the stereo out bus in the project, I hear the real time export (but I don’t get that volume fader). However if I select multiple channels (for a batch export) I hear nothing. Is real time monitoring not supported for channel batch exports?
Control room usually monitors the Stereo out. So if you export a source before the stereo out, there is nothing to be monitored.
Theoretically switching on “Listen” on the tracks you want to batch export, should make them available for monitoring, since “Listen” also uses the control room output. As I said - theoretically - you´ll have to try. And depending on the “Listen” setting, it might not be the Signal mix that the tracks actually have.
It was related to Batch Export. Odd, I really thought we used to be able to monitor that. I don’t see why it wouldn’t still just monitor the main outputs, soloing the channels being exported. Oh well! Thanks for the help everyone!