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Connect a mixer to Adobe Audition

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Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

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I have a SubZero sz-mix08USB mixer that I wan`t to connect to Adobe Audition. I have connected the mixer to my Windows computer via a USB cabel, but how do go from there?

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I checked out what I could about this mixer. The 'manual' is useless - it says that it's so easy to use that it will be completely intuitive, so there's nothing useful there at all. Casting the net a little wider reveals that it has a class-compliant USB driver which basically means that it's going to be just the stereo output that you can record - no individual channel outputs. That's what all class-compliant USB connections do - to get multichannel operation, a device needs to be electrically configured for this in the first place, and most importantly, have an ASIO driver. This mixer has neither.

 

So the only way you can use this mixer with Audition is to locate it in Edit>Preferences>Audio Hardware settings page in Audition and set it as the default input and output. This means that it will recieve the mixed output from your mixer, but no individual channels.

 

You might want to take a look at this SOS forum page: Here 

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