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Re: ASIO routing in Reason?

I have this option as well- however it is not a routing dialog- it only allows me to set active outputs- what it is missing is the ability to set the 1 and 2 outputs to 3 and 4 etc- anyway, I posted to cubase.net forums- hopefully this feature will be implemented in the future, or I will be enlightened as to another soloution- I got my EDP and Electrix stuff on my aux sends and they are salivating at the idea- :)
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 5:53 PM
Subject: RE: ASIO routing in Reason?

I use a Mac with the 828, so not sure if this will help. I was wondering the same thing until I looked carefully in Preferences, Audio. Choose ASIO and look carefully at the options in the dialog box. There should be a dropdown with output options to check multiple channels.
-----Original Message-----
From: Om_Audio [mailto:clifsound@mediaone.net]
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 5:22 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: OT: ASIO routing in Reason?

I love the ASIO routing I have in B4, Pro52 etc- I was wondering why I do not have this routing available to me in Reason? I am using P3 with a MOTU 2408mk2- I love routing B4 or other to 3 and 4 outputs and into my outboard mixer to be processed etc- looped and more without feeding back into 1 and 2 inputs- great for live fun with friends and family- Cliff