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ableton live 5 help, cueing outputs / monitoring
      14/12/05 10:59 PM
hi there, I was wondering if anyone can please help me out on ableton live 5? I've just got a new sound card, an edirol fa-66. It has more outputs than my previous sound card, and I am told that I can assign an output for private channeling. Following the manual's instructions only gets me so far. I want to be able to listen in on one thing, through headphones, without it going out the main output speakers. Does anyone have any idea how this can be acheived?
I'd appreciate any help.
Thanks

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