ChrisCanning - 1) the iPad option next to the master track must be in Pan mode. 2) Check that the cable from the iPad isn't a dual-mono "splitter". There are some cables like that. You can usually tell by the 1/8" plug - it should have 2 black rings like the one in the picture above. If it only has one ring, it's just taking a mono signal at duplicating it, so you would need to buy a new cable. 3) can't thing of anything else...
I have tried for a couple hours, and I can't seem to get the tracks and cues/clicks to split.... I have it going from sterio1/8- 2x mono 1/4"- DI boxes-mixer, just like the above diagram. It doesn't matter weather its in ST or PAN, Nothing seems to stop all of it from being in both channels. I am using an iPad 2 if that makes a difference. Any help would be great!
Hey JasonRoberts (reply on April 5th)
I don't have option to reply to your reply so hopefully people will that this.
I can in fact confirm (for those interested) that when a class compliant interface is connected, tracks can be routed to any output on that interface, as many as 16 stereo tracks per song! By default click will appear left on a stereo buss but when you're in output config, change that to mono and it can be routed to a single buss.
Of course you could stick with mono (click left, track right) operation and keep it simpler, but for me this perfect as my stereo mix downs remain!
The only thing I found that when tracks were playing while I was routing, the iPad RAM sounded like it was having a 'mare and everything slowed down with a "glitching" sound. Closing the app and just playing, no fiddling with routing hasn't resulted in this (yet)
So if that is it, I cannot recommend this app and service highly enough. Amazing work! This saves me A LOT of hassle and learning of Ableton Live/Qlab etc.
In PRIME, if you're running the tracks from the headphone jack out, tapping the PAN button will consolidate both L and R channels into one group, then push that stereo signal through the right channel. If you tap ST instead of PAN, then the audio that's panned to the left channel will come through only the left channel. An example of this would be using the electric guitar stems where there are left and right amps recorded into a single audio stem.
The same results go for using an interface to run multiple outputs. If you tap "mono" for that channel, both the left and right channels are grouped into one and bussed through that designated channel. If you tap "stereo", you'll need another output to hear the left channel of the guitar tracks as well as the right channel. This is bussed into outputs 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, etc. Hope this all makes sense. =)
If you can get that to work and have no grounding issues or anything else, should work fine! =)
Am I right to believe that all tracks, even if they are stereo, will be summed into mono? Even if there's an external interface with multiple outputs. Panning of effects and sounds is big thing for me, though mixing on the fly is great feature of this app no doubt. But I am a total sound nerd and hate mono tracks.
Can't I just use an 1/8" to (2) XLR splitter and go directly to my Audio mixer instead of having to use (2) DI boxes? I don't see the point...?
If it's a Stereo DI it could work.
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