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Okay so I know Helix isn’t made for this but it almost works! I have a Behringer UMC404 which I use 3 mics plugged into XLR inputs. works great. but I’d like to use a compressor and some vocal effects live. I’ve gone from the Behringer to the Helix via the inserts on the back using a Y cable into the send and return of the effects loop o the helix. It works but I think because the helix output is Send 1/2 Send 3/4 for some reason, The first mic in input one suddenly picks up Mic input 2. so what I mean is when I use the mic plugged into the first input it also comes through input 1 and 2. everything else is fine except I can’t seem to get input 1 and 3 to be serperate. im sure no one has done this and not much advice but if anyone has an idea please let me know! sorry for my grammar etc I’m typing Ona. Japanese keyboard and English is hard to change to.
I have a Toneport KB 37 and a Zoom R37 and virtual DJ to perform live music on a podcast stream. My plan is to run VLC media player on another computer and KB 37 to add an electric guitar with some sort of tone on the main computer. Both this should be input channels to Zoom R24 and than have the R24 as main input to Virtual DJ. I notice though that the zoom doesn get into the windows sound system in control panel. Is this because i had the toneport first? Is there a workaround? I like to add guitar and song to someone else playing bass on a stream. Sincerely Strixnebulosa