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- 3rd January 2017 at 15:34 #27752
Im looking into a Utrack24 to replace our current Ableton system for live track playback. Currently we can adjust the output level on a track by track basis on Ableton to balance things from stage, is this possible with the Utrack24? Im guessing it isnt.
If not, how do you go about doing this?
Thanks3rd January 2017 at 18:57 #27758LaszloKeymaster
Yes you could do that easily.
In the uTool where you create the songs there’s the internal mixer settings where you can set up the level and pan for each track. Mainly this feature can be used to set up the levels for dowmix to headphones out. But there’s an option in the Menu/Playback/Multitrack Mode Option/Outputs Pre/Post. If you select the post fader mode in this case the outputs of the uTrack24 will follow the pre-definied levels from the uTool mixer4th January 2017 at 15:11 #27765
Thanks for your reply Laszlo.
So…Are levels set in uTool then settings “dumped” onto the uTrack or will uTool always have to be running and connected to the unit?4th January 2017 at 15:56 #27768LaszloKeymaster
So where you create a song in uTool, you have an option to set up mixer levels for the song. If you export that song to USB drive then play back on the uTrack the uTrack will load the mixer parameters from the song. So you don’t need to have a uTool connected.
If you want to change the levels during the playback you can do that as well.
You can change the levels on the fly from:
-Front panel of uTrack –> then you can save the new levels into the song
-uRemote mixer functionality –> you can save the new levels into the song.4th January 2017 at 16:00 #27770
Perfect, thats exactly what I was hoping!
Thanks.4th January 2017 at 23:14 #27775
Laszlo, one more thing.
Are the mixer settings saved globally over the outputs or can they change multitrack song by multitrack song?
Thanks for your help!
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