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Can someone explain how the aux's work in the VSL software?
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xzb6np
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Can someone explain how the aux's work in the VSL software?

why the 1st number for each pair (example 3) has a full bar which appears to be gain for the pair and next number (example 4) appears to have panning. When I pan it appears to do nothing in the headphones.
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xzb6np wrote:Can someone explain how the aux's work in the VSL software?

why the 1st number for each pair (example 3) has a full bar which appears to be gain for the pair and next number (example 4) appears to have panning. When I pan it appears to do nothing in the headphones.


Aux 3 and Aux 4 are indeed a stereo pair, so one slider is level and the other is panning. I guess they labeled them just 3 and 4 because there was no room for "Aux Level" and "Aux Pan." These sliders control the mix going to Outputs 3 and 4 of the 44VSL. The Aux 3-4 output can be used as an independent monitor mix coming out the Out 3-4 jacks, or it can be used to feed an external signal processor.

The headphone jack carries the Main mix (outputs 1 and 2) so the Aux outputs won't affect it.
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All I can remember from the 22VSL
is that you have to pan the DAW or main. Hard left. Hard right
by making them a stereo pair.
Not sure if this has anything to do with your situation
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Saw (somewhere) that you can get the same by clicking the chain-link symbol in VSL, which automagically pans the two hard left and right. then you don't have to do that in the DAW.
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MitchInOmaha wrote:Saw (somewhere) that you can get the same by clicking the chain-link symbol in VSL, which automagically pans the two hard left and right. then you don't have to do that in the DAW.


Yes. It's important to click the chain link for the DAW outs to make sure your hearing a stereo field. Same is true even for the Firewire interfaces.

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