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The cue mixes are sub groups so they affect the main volume is there anyway to bypass them going through the main bus?

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asked Feb 6, 2018 in Studio One 3 by guitarz99 (180 points)
I'm recording a 3 piece band an gave them all their own headphone mix with my 6 channel headphone amp. Sends 1+2 to headphone mix 1 etc etc. I noticed during playback once we had a few tracks recorded that turning up the cue mixes the overall volume got louder on my monitors. The cue mixes are sub groups from what I understand so I need to turn the cue mixes down during playback so they don't affect what we hear out of my monitors, Is there anyway to stop the sue mixes from going out the main bus? I wish cue mixes acted more like auxiliaries than sub groups.

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answered Nov 15, 2020 by kevinscott5 (170 points)
Hi - just seen this...

I've been having this problem for a few days and have been searching for a solution...

The Cue mixes (headphone) mixes seem to be routed through the main output as well as output pairs 3/4,5/6, and 7/8..

This means for me I have to have the cue mixes muted when playing back the recorded tracks...
This makes things really awkward when doing overdubs / drop-ins....

I wonder if you ever figured it out?

Kind Regards Kevin
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answered Nov 16, 2020 by guitarz99 (180 points)
Bypass UC control
asked Jul 19, 2022 in Studio One 3 by stephenforse (190 points) This didn't work either. Anyone?