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How do I assign a cue mix to the headphone jack to use zero latency?

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asked Mar 17, 2016 in FireStudio Series by zacksimmons (160 points)
I just started using the Firestudio Project to record myself (drums) and am wondering how to assign a cue mix to the regular ol' headphone jack. Can't deal with the latency while trying to record to imported guitar tracks/clicks.

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answered Mar 21, 2016 by mattcaprio (147,940 points)
edited Mar 29, 2016 by ghasenbeck
 
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The headphone jack on the Project is redundant with the main outs. Therefore you'd need to set the main outputs 1/2 as a cue mix.

As found on page 18 of the FSProject Manual:

https://pae-web.presonusmusic.com/downloads/products/pdf/FireStudioProject_OwnersManual_EN.pdf

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The Main Output as a Cue Mix:

It is possible to designate the main output in Audio I/O Setup as a cue mix. This is helpful if you often record yourself and require quick access to zero-latency monitoring for live inputs. When the main output is designated as a cue mix, a Zero Latency button will appear on any audio channel with an assigned audio input in the Console, below the Mute, Solo, Record, and Monitor buttons.
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