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Handling of Output Channels

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I'm searching for a simple and straightforward way to double the normal output, i.e. normally I use channel 1 & 2 for driving a pair of loudspeakers. Now I want to output an identical copy to channels 3 & 4 (not driving loudspeakers, but feeding into another system) without re-programming all my existing sounds. I thought, something like this:

could do the job, but it doesn't. Is something like this:

the only possibility (which means re-working the existing sounds)? Or is there another fine trick?

asked Apr 25, 2020 in Sound Design by explodingtickets (Adept) (1,320 points)

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Could you use the DSP Status Route Outputs to send your Kyma channels 1 & 2 to outputs 3&4 (in addition to 1&2)? I don't know which interface you have, but it would look something like this:

answered Apr 25, 2020 by ssc (Savant) (120,590 points)
selected Apr 26, 2020 by explodingtickets
brilliant answer; that's what I've been searching for. It works well with my MotU Traveler mk3.