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Logic 9 How to change track audio outs

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by Bloodyhell, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. Bloodyhell

    Bloodyhell New Member

    I'm a Cubase user who has just made the move to Logic and I'm confounded by the dumbest thing: How can I change the audio out assignment of a track after the track has been created?

    I'm using a MOTU 828 and I'm able to select any of it's outputs when I'm adding a new track, but I can't figure out how to change it later. It must be possible!

    Thanks in advance for not flaming me over this question.

    Charlie

    Logic Studio 9
    2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo Macbook Pro
    2 GB RAM
     
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  3. ObLogic7

    ObLogic7 New Member

    When working in the Arrange Window (main window), the 'i' key will toggle the inspector for the selected track. Immediately above the fader and pan controls you will see an I/O section. The top box is the input. The bottom box is your output. You can change them there.
     
  4. Bloodyhell

    Bloodyhell New Member

    What do I do exactly to change it? Left clicking on it doesn't do anything. Right clicking gives me a list of display options. I can't figure out how to get it to let me make a change.
     
  5. ObLogic7

    ObLogic7 New Member

    Try click-hold.
     
  6. Bloodyhell

    Bloodyhell New Member

    Well there it is. THANK YOU!

    Charlie
     

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