Setting Up a Studio Processing Output

Updated 9 months ago by Mark Manolio


This document explains how to route the low-delay studio processing audio to an output of the Omnia.9.


Unike most of the other processing cores in the Omnia.9, the Studio Processing core does not appear as a direct selection in the output menu's "Source:" dropdown list. So one of the 3 monitor outputs must be used instead. The below procedure will walk you through the setup for this.

In this example we'll use the "Speaker Out" monitor output and feed the studio processing audio to Livewire output 5.


  1. Start by navigating to Monitor Outputs / Speaker Output / Patch Point and select Studio Processing / I/O / Studio Output. Note that the "Volume:" (output) level is set here as well:
  2. Navigate to the desired output in System / I/O Options / Livewire Outputs. Select "Speaker Out" from the "Source:" dropdown list. Ensure that the Stream Mode is set to "Low Latency", assign a channel number, click "Enable" and finally, click the "Take" button: Now the studio processing audio should be feeding the LW 5 output.
  3. If using a physical output, in this case the analog XLR outputs, in System / I/O Options / Main Outputs simply set "Analog Out:" to "Speaker Out". You'll notice that the Analog Out Level slider is grayed-out. This is because the output level is set in the patch point menu (see 1 above).

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