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    Hey i am about to upgrade to TSP2 from TSP1 and i have a question about the internal loop recording. I am running 2x vinyl and a DJM 400 mixer and a Audio 8.

    The question is is it at all possible to use 1 deck 1 sampler into R channel and 1 deck 1 sample through L channel on mixer using external midi to adjust levels and also use the internal looper.

    So far playing on my mates S4 with TP2 i can work out how to set it up without the loop recorder and just run 2 channels out (1 deck and 1 sample per channel) and master out on mixer into amp.

    Sorry if it has already been asked but i did try and search and nothing came up.

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    This should be possible to set up in the output routing.

    Deck A and B are just Deck A and B.
    Deck C and D are sample decks.

    Set Deck A/C to output through one channel of the soundcard and Deck B/D through the other channel.
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    watch your latency settings though....learnt from experience that 2 decks through 1 output isnt good
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    i get that with A/C and B/D but its the internal recorder that you can use for making loops on the fly. Can i add that to B/D so 3 decks 1 outputs but i would never need to use all 3 just 2 out max.

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