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anyone successfully running Multimix 16 USB 2.0 in Logic Pro X w El Capitan?

Maybe I am the only one having problems...? I installed the 3.3.3 drivers for the Multimix 16 USB 2.0 but still can't get my iMac (El Capitan) and Logic Pro X to pass input and output via USB. Computer and Logic recognize the mixer, but no communication in or out. Any common stupid errors I am probably making?
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  • In the Logic Pro X Audio MIDI setup app, I can't get the Alesis mixer input or output levels to read. They keep snapping back to zero. Any ideas? No input or output between Multimix 16 USB 2.0 and Logic Pro X 10.2.0
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  • Hello,

    Welcome back to the forum. That is the correct driver to use with El Capitan.

    The USB2.0 port sends every individual mixer channel as well as the MultiMix’s MAIN OUT/2-TRACK OUT left and right signals to the computer. This means that, for the MultiMix 8 USB2.0, 8 individual channels are sent to the computer along with the MAIN stereo pair (10 channels in total).

    The INDIVIDUAL channels sent to the computer send the signal after the preamp gain knob, the high-pass filter, the three-band EQ, and the channel fader. The effects of the AUX send knobs are NOT included in the outputs of the individual channels.

    The MAIN mix channels sent to the computer exactly mirror the MAIN output of the mixer. If you are only interested in making stereo recordings, consider recording the MAIN channels in your recording software. Channels returned from the computer to the MultiMix

    The USB2.0 port receives a stereo audio stream from the computer and assigns it to the 2-TRACK IN left and right channels of your MultiMix mixer. Note that, if a device is connected to the MultiMix’s 2-TRACK IN inputs, the signal from this device is merged with the signal from the computer.
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  • Chris, thanks for the reply. Any solutions offered for the frizzing, glitchy playback from all sources on the iMac? Everything seems fine, then it all goes off the rails, resulting in like a 2 second latency... Am I missing a setting on the iMac somewhere? Thanks again, Tim
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    Hi,
    I have the same kind of problem with my MultiMix16 USB2.0.
    I'm using GarageBand and it won't let any information from the mixer into the program. It works randomly when I change the inputs and outputs but then again goes away without any sense... I'm helpless!
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