I cannot hear left cue and right cue??
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    Default I cannot hear left cue and right cue??

    Can somebody give me a lil tutorial on how to set this up... I've been trying and its just not working for me... I wanna be able to hear the next song so I can mix it right but for some damn reason I just can't get it to work .... I keep moving the audio around and it just doesn't work.. HELP!!

    p.s I need it to work before sunday I got a GIG!!!
    Last edited by SS714SS; 09-05-2008 at 08:45 PM.
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    what's happening when you use the little FADE-knob and change it from MST to PGM?! obviously you need to press the CUE-button too.

    can you provide a screenshot how you've configured the audio-interface within Traktor?!

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    alright so in the output routing

    mixer mode is on internal

    monitor - not connected both

    master - not connected both

    booth- 8 left out 8 audio dj / 7 right out 7 audio dj

    record - not connected both

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    input routing

    in channel A left 2 in 2 : audio 8 dj/ right 1 in 1 : audio 8 dj

    in channel B left 4 in 4 : audio 8 dj/ Right 3 in3 : audio 8 dj

    channel c and d not connected...

    I move around the pgm and I cannot hear either side.. I wanna be able to hear both sides when i press cue ... but I can't and it sucks cuz when it was working the song i was gonna mix in when cue was pressed u could hear through the speakers I was like wtf... hopefully u can help me .. I got a gig tonight
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    hmm, I don't know about the Audio 8 but here's how I do it with the M-Audio FW 410:

    Mixer Mode -> Internal

    Monitor Left -> 3: FW410 Analog Out 3/4 L
    Monitor Right -> 4: FW410 Analog Out 3/4 R

    Master Left -> 1: FW410 Analog Out 1/2 L
    Master Right -> 2: FW410 Analog Out 1/2 R

    This way I can perfectly cue both channels and using the FADE knob/pot allows me to listen to the MST or PGM or a mixture of both (exactly the way you want).

    With your setup (connecting only 2 channels for output routing) it's not possible to cue correctly.

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    Your monitor is needs to be connected to something. Thats your headphone output. Watch our sound card 101 video.

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