Basic Routing Concepts
This article is part of the Source-Nexus I/O User Guide
Think of routing like buses on a mixer: you want to avoid sending a signal from Source-Nexus A Channel 1 back to itself. Any Source-Nexus I/O channel will be available as an Input and an Output.
If you send a signal to a Source-Nexus I/O Output, you will want to pick that up via Source-Nexus I/O Input somewhere, or vice versa.
See the example workflows listed in the User Guide for ideas and concepts.
There are four very common cases when using Source-Nexus I/O, most commonly when using it together with Source-Connect:
- Recording your Talent.
- Sending a Mix.
- Sending a processed microphone signal.
- Sending and receiving through your DAW.
We will explore these scenarios in the following articles.