Topic: Is Totalmix FX compatible with FF400? Where is the detailed User Guide
Hi. I need help please as I cannot get started setting up my FF400 using Totalmix. A few questions if you can kindly spare a few minutes to answer them:
1) Is Totalmix FX compatible with FF400? I installed it and it looks like it is functioning but some features missing, like the FX.
2) Where is the detailed User Guide please? E.g. I do not see instructions to tell me how to route Analogue inputs to different Analague outputs. When I try to allocate say input 5 to Outputs 3&4, instead of to the Main Outs (for me, 1&2), all the input channel routings switch over to Output 3&4. How to I stop this and route inputs to the separate and different outputs I want (the promise of Totalmix) - it is driving me mad.
3) i want to set up an outboard hardware FX delay processor into FF400 and Totalmix so I can send any signal through my DAW (Logic Pro 9) to it and then get the processed signal to go bavk into the FF400 so I can output it somewhere of my choosing - I have connected the L+R output cables from the Delay unit to FF400 analogue inputs 7&8 ready to receive the dry instrument signal via Logic, and I have cabled the FF400 analogue Output 6 into the Delay unit Instrument input. I need help with how to route this to get the resukt I am after please. I don,t understand how to acheive this and I cannot even find how to route any FF400 to separarate FF400 analgue outputs because all input channels switch over to any new Output allocation and not just one, as mentioned above.
I can set up a hardware mixer just fine and can do all these things easily, but I want only to use the FF400 and Totalmix now instead of the Hardware mixer (I have no space for it). All the marketing for Totalmix says it can handle all these routings that hardware mixers can acheive. I cannot get the details online ehich simply explain how to acheive it all, I am not a professional audio engineer you see.
Please can you help me?