My metronome is set to 3/4 cue. My master set to 1/2. But I can still hear my metronome in speakers. Help?

It's like it's bleeding from some audio signal. I can't seem to figure out how to get the metronome in my 3/4 cue and not out my 1/2 main master out. Everyone is talking about faders and making sure my track is not activated or volume is turned down.... and they are. it is!

 

If I'm set up to have my cue route to 3/4 outputs and my master is 1/2 outputs, why do I still hear my metronome out the speakers? The funny thing is, when I unplug the headphones, the main speakers stop playing as well. It's only when they play out the headphones do I hear the speakers playing at the same time. It's mind boggling!!!

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swebnived 4 years ago | 1 comment

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  • ra78
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    it's more than likely to be hardware routing/connection problem. double check everything.

    4 years ago | 0 comments
  • shiamu
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    Same problem here, I use a Allen & Heath Zed-i 10 mixer as sound card for my MacBook, 4ins 4outs. When I simply set cue 3/4 and master 1/2 whatever routing I configure on the Zed-i, I still can hear through the Master out the metronome -at low volume but clearly audible- like if the metronome signal goes to all the outs... Very annoying.

     

    1 month ago | 0 comments

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