Get Two Extra Audio Outputs for MainStage: Creating an Aggregate Audio Device!
Hey friends, in this video David shows how you can add two extra audio outputs inside MainStage or any other DAW you use. You will learn how to combine the outputs of your audio interface and built-in headphone jack by creating an audio aggregate device. You can also use this process to combine the outputs on different audio interfaces. This is a great way to get additional audio outputs without investing in new, expensive hardware!
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