PLEASE NOTE: The VSL software has been discontinued and is no longer supported, the following article explains why. VSL Software Discontinuation Notice Users of the AudioBox 1818 VSL will need to uninstall the AudioBox VSL Console.
On the AudioBox 1818VSL, the headphone outputs share playback streams with Outputs 7 & 8. If you want to create a monitor mix for your headphone output in Studio One you must create a cue mix for Outputs 7 & 8
How to create a Cue Mix in Studio One:
- How to Create Cue Mix with AudioBox 1818 Headphones and Studio One on Windows
- How to Create Cue Mix with AudioBox 1818 Headphones and Studio One on Mac OS X
If you are still using the AudioBox VSL software
On the AudioBox 1818VSL, the headphone outputs share playback streams with Outputs 7 & 8. If you want to create a monitor mix for your headphone output in, you must create a monitor mix for Outputs 7 & 8. Additionally, if you want to hear playback from your DAW or computer through your headphones when not using VSL, you must select Outputs 7 & 8 as your main outputs, rather than Outputs 1 & 2.
PLEASE NOTE: If you use StudioOne 2.0.5+, using the template in Studio One for the AudioBox 1818 VSL will automatically set up a cue mix for your sub output 7 & 8. Furthermore if you are using the Legacy1.3 drivers, the VSL should set the routing up for you automatically on all your channels and send aux send output to 7 & 8.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are using Universal Control drivers, you'll notice the VSL software has been removed as it is no longer supported.
You'll need to configure your DAW to use outputs 7/8 in order to use headphones. If you are also using studio monitors you can move their cables from the main output -> outputs 7/8 on the back of the 1818. This is if you are using the latest driver for the AudioBox family, Universal Control 2.1, you'll notice the VSL software has been removed as it is no longer supported. will ensure you hear your audio from your headphones as well as from your studio monitors.
A video explaining the set up for head phone output using the VSL software:
Please contact PreSonus Technical Support by creating a Support Ticket at My.PreSonus.com for further assistance.