I found a guy at the Apple support forum who wants to do what I want to do. In the example below; shouldn’t he be able to hear Logic’s output 5-6 option through the 3-4 output ports on UR44? Why doesn’t he?
Apr 8, 2014 9:17 AM
I’m setting up a home studio with the new Steinberg UR44 using Logic Pro X. When assignig track outputs, I get the option of 1-2 stereo, 3-4, 5-6.
The steinberg UR44 has also 6 outputs: line outputs 1-2, 3-4, and LR main outputs with a level knob.
If I assign the track output to Stereo Out in Logic Pro, the audio plays through the UR 44 Main output (with volume control) as well as through output 1-2 with no volume control.
If I assign the track output to output 3-4 in Logic Pro X, I get a nice line level out of output 3-4 [Edit from me, Clas; I think he actually here mean the ports that on the back of the hardware UR44 are labeled 1-2] from the Steinberg UR44 which is sweet for isolating lets say a drummer track.
But what is this output 5-6 in the Logic ProX output options? I tried it and I get a half signal (low and mids only) coming out of all the outputs of my UR44. What’s that all about?
[Edit from me, Clas; Shouldn’t he here be able to hear this audio through the ports that on the back of the hardware UR44 are labeled 3-4?]
I would be happy to have a 5-6 output working but I can’t figure it out. Any clue?
MacBook Pro with Retina display, Other OS, Maverick
Here’s the link to this question on the Apple forum: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6071600?tstart=0