I was wondering if its possible to have reference track/headphone mix at a different
volume level to my main mix,the headphone/mic mix at a lower volume of course.
Using Cubase 11 Pro,I was considering using a separate audio track,sending the cue mix to the control room. To monitor my output to OBS Studio.
Possibly using the A/B or listen feature.Or a headphone mix .Not sure how to set this up,though.
I’m using a 3rd gen Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 .
Any help or advice is appreciated
Yes, it’s actually the primary purpose of the CUES. To create different mixes to send to musicians. (Up to 4 with Cubase Control Room). So, you can definitely use one of them to create a headphone mix.
Thanks a lot Samlosangeles
Had a kinda sneaky idea that was the case. How would I route a cue to become a headphone mix?
Only I can see in the connections tab, you can add a headphone mix to the Control Room.
But nothing physically to see that says Headphone mix in the mixer,
Would I need to create a audio track,name it headphones?