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  1. Hi all, I'm going nuts trying to figure out why my computer will only recognize outputs 1-2 over USB audio. It started when I installed drivers on a brand new Mac running the latest version of Yosemite. On my old Mac, it had no problems recognizing all 8 outputs on the same version. I uninstalled drivers and reinstalled drivers and did everything short of a fresh Yosemite install to try to get it to work, but in both my DAW (Logic) and the system level Audio/Midi Inspector, it only shows outputs 1-2. I know another user on here has mentioned it in another thread--has anyone else encountered this and/or found a fix? I use multi-output to record and process wet and dry signals without having to screw around with latency issues, and this is killing my workflow.
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    Pod X3 Live OSX Yosemite

    The monkey app was the latest version from Line6, and the driver was the latest available from the Monkey app, onto a brand spankin', unmigrated install of Yosemite (build 14A389) onto a brand spankin' iMac. Installed the driver, had crashes on powering off the POD X3, shutdown loops, any attempt to edit the Audio/MIDI setting in Apple's app. I'd get a newer, more compatible POD--Line6 has been GREAT to me--but the X3 appears to be the only one with multiple outputs. I spit one out wet and one dry into Logic for an instant overdub, printing effects to tape AND editing in software. This has killed my project. Help.
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