So, are you saying that you're not seeing the single input come up among other
inputs in the Input tab after hitting default? And you're sure that you checked
the checkbox for it in the aggregate device's table in Audio MIDI Setup and
that you selected the aggregate device in the Playback engine dialog? That
would be strange…
> On Mar 6, 2018, at 1:36 AM, Victor Tsaran <vtsa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Slau.
> You got me excited there for a moment.. :)
> I forgot to mention that Jam Pro is a USB-based sound card. It's a 1-in/0-out
> dongle specifically designed as a guitar interface.
> Seems like Protools will restore hardware inputs for a path when the
> "defaults" button is pressed, but will not do anything for non-hardware
> inputs, such as USB sound cards even if the latter are included in the
> aggregate device.
> I still hope to be wrong, but I can't get it to work without assigning an
> input manually, which is where I'm stuck at the moment.
> Thanks for any advice.
> On Sunday, March 4, 2018 at 6:54:17 PM UTC-8, Slau Halatyn wrote:
> Hi Vic,
> The best way to go is, after you've created the aggregate device, go into the
> tabs in I/O Setup and select all paths and hit delete and then press the
> Default button. This will create all of the paths for each device. Export
> your I/O setup for future importing where necessary.
>> I am trying to play through my Jam pro 96K guitar sound car.
>> I've followed all the steps, such as making the Protools aggregate device a
>> default playback device. However, where I get stuck is the "creating new
>> input path" flow.
>> I cannot figure out how to assign inputs to my new path. I selected a button
>> to create a new path under the "input" tab, then provided a name, etc. If I
>> let Protools assign default input to the path, it does not show up in the
>> list of inputs for my tracks. However, if I keep the "sign" checkbox
>> unchecked, Protools, understandably, complains that no inputs have been
>> assigned. This is where I get stuck...
>> I looked at other, already existing, paths, but still cannot figure out how
>> their inputs got assigned.
>> Thanks for any help.
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