*You must have Universal Control installed in order to mix loopback layers on macOS*
*The Revelator uses Single-mode when on Windows*
When in Single-Device mode, Revelator will show as 3 stereo input and output streams on macOS and Windows 10.
This mode is designed to be used with different different DAWs and other applications that can select individual output channels.
*The streams consolidate inside of UC so you can balance your loopback Mix.*
Use case: I'm working with two other programs and need to reroute Stereo Audio from the multiple sources on the fly while recording into Studio One.
1. Open Studio One and select Revelator as the Audio Device.
2. Use the Revelator Template inside Studio One 5 for a quick setup. (More tips are located in the template)
3. The first channel can either be your microphone or another application source. Either way, it is good to monitor the recording using the monitor layer in UC. This avoids chances of feedback.
4. Open a Second sound application and select the Revelator as the device. Set the channels in the application to route to
Input/Microphone = Revelator Loopback 1
Output = Revelator Loopback 1
5. Open a third sound application and select the Revelator as the device. Set the channels in the application to route to
Input/Microphone = Revelator Loopback 2
Output = Revelator Loopback 2
6. You should now be ready to record 3 separate Stereo streams, including the mic itself, all at the same time into Studio One.
If you would like to just record a single consolidated Stereo Stream into Studio One, mix the applications inside of one of the Mix Layers in UC, and arm the Mix layer you have chosen.
For more information and examples on how to set up a Revelator output to your application of choice, check out section 3.2 Using Your Revelator with Popular Applications of the Revelator Manual