If you have a four channel SD soundcard you are able to configure the rear channels for cue channel output.
Note: The Cue channel feature is available in the CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe product. For details on purchasing a CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe license click here.
Click the icon on the toolbar. This will open the Output Configuration dialog box.
Make sure that your main soundcard is selected in the "ON-AIR" output device and that the Enabled option is selected.
Now select the Rear channels option in the Use on-air device for cue: options.
Close the Output configuration dialog box.
To test, play a CD track and click the Cue button on the Mixer. You should notice the cue channel output through the rear channels.
Note: If you have received the "Failed to allocate audio device. Close other audio programs and start again" error message, this could be because you are trying to enable the same soundcard in the both the "ON-AIR" and "CUE" output options. You can not allocate the same device in both places.
If you notice cross-talk (cue channel in the main channel and vice versa) you may need to optimize the Air and Cue cross-talk.
If you notice any warbles and/or pops you may need to calibrate your soundcard.
You may notice the ON-AIR signal through the cue channel. For instructions on how to remove the "ON-AIR" signal from the cue channel click here.
Note: The cue channel feature is available in the CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe product. To purchase a CD Scratch 1200 Deluxe license click here.
Cue channel output options
How to optimize Air & Cue cross talk
How to remove "ON-AIR" signal from the cue channel
Adjusting cue channel levels
How to set up your soundcard (main channel)
Output Configuration dialog box