Hi Ben, Sorry you’re not at the other place. At any rate, I have a simple question about mixing in Sequoia. I am a long time Protools user and making the transition to Sequoia has been quite a challenge. I find the Sequoia manual almost useless. What I am trying to do is properly mix or stem to an analog console. I am using a pair Lynx AES16 cards connected to a Trident Series 80b console. Also note that I am using the ASIO driver option. Let’s say I have 24 tracks recorded in Sequoia and I want to stem or mix the recorded tracks to the console. In fact let’s go back one more step to the tracking process. If I am using Sequoia like a tape deck, what track record audio option settings should I use? (mono, left or right) Now, the mixing process, I guess where the main problem lie is that when a MONO track is output to the console it plays on two channels. For example if channel one is output to the console via ASIO driver output 1 and 2 obviously the ASIO driver outputs are paired(1,2 3-4 etc.), and the Sequoia track is panned hard left, the signal appears in both console channels 1 and 2? I need each track to go to its corresponding input on the console. What is the best way to achieve this? Thanks in advance. Ozzie Bostic Sandstorm Entertainment, Inc.