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118 posts since 8 Dec, 2015

Post Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:05 am

Most headphones and monitors are not really neutral, but color a signal in their unique way. So you never no, what mix you get. There are tools on the market to compensate that with EQ-curves coming generated by measuring the devices.
My headphones lack in bass and so I tried to insert an EQ in the master. That works, but I must not forget to turn it off when mixing the composition down to wav.
Next try was another rack containing the headphone-eq and sending to main-audio-out 1/2. I routed the master to "none" with an send-insert to headphone-eq-rack. Then there was no sound in the resulting wav. :dog:
Routing the master to audio 3/4 (which is mixed to 1/2 within the hardware) gave me the feeling, that MuLab mixes all audio-outs together at mixdown.
In short: I searched for a solution, that only puts the master-rack's-out into the wav-file, although it does not actually sound, as I listen to the signal via another rack.
Any idea?

833 posts since 3 Mar, 2009

Re: Headphone/Monitor-Mix

Post Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:11 am

In the modular area connect the audio recorder with the master output? Save as template.

I tried your method for a while and only consolidated using Export with the EQ switched off.

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