(I’am new here, and i do my best to write good english (from Holland).)
Oke, i have the following question: Everybody knows the timeline with the tracks where you place in a sample.
For example, take a simple program like musicmaker, it contains mostly 8, 16, or 32 tracks. All the tracks are
mixed together as one output, stereo or sometimes you can use 5.1 or 7.1 audio.
Now i also know that there are mixers and audio equipment (on usb) that do the same, it will mix all the channels, tracks from the screen to stereo out.
What i want is every single track on my screen, must have a analog output of his own. I’d like to connect a speaker for every track.
So what i mean is from my pc with like 16 tracks, to a external (usb) mixer or some kind of audio equipment. from the mixer i’d like to connect 16 seperated speakers.
I know i must be possible, i have a old analog mixer with 16 channels and in top of each volume control bar there’s a headphone connection.
Only i can’t connect me pc to it, to seperate all the 16 tracks.
Is there some audio equipment that have a usb connection, with maybe 16 headphone connections next to the 16 volume control bars, that is capable of
hearing each track from pc to one of the headphone’s out. ???//
I hope anybody understands what i’am talking out, if not please ask ?