Hi Miloslav - would you please give a quick thumbnail about how you do that? Maybe use one of the sends on each track to a group, in turn routed to one of your physical outputs to be used as a cue mix?
the problem is that the ordinary (non-studio) sends do not work for direct monitoring. Therefore, my solution is as follows: let’s say you have 16 physical mono inputs named In01, In02, …, In16, and 8 physical stereo outputs named Out1, Out2, …, Out8. Then, for each physical input you will have to create 8 distinct audio tracks, that’s the basic idea. So, for the input In01 there will be the tracks Tr01_1, Tr01_2, …, Tr01_8, for the input In02 there will be the tracks Tr02_1, Tr02_2, …, Tr02_8, and so on. In this notation, the input of the track TrXX_Y is always set to InXX, and the output of the track TrXX_Y is set to OutY.
In order to manage this complex routing matrix, you can use 8 different mixer views where each mixer view represents one physical output. For instance, the mixer view No.1 would contain the tracks Tr01_1, Tr02_1, …, Tr16_1, then the mixer view No.2 would contain the tracks Tr01_2, Tr02_2, …, Tr16_2, and so on. Of course, for recording it’s sufficient to record-enable only the tracks TrXX_1, however, all the tracks should be monitor-enabled.
I’m aware of the fact that this mathematical description may be slightly distracting, however, I believe that it is better than a snapshot of the project