New M-Track setup

Hi all

just got a new m-track today and i've installed the latest drivers to try and get the thing up and running in ableton 9.
plugged my bass guitar in and went to audio preferences to select the correct driver and sort out any latency issues.

here is a screenshot of what I have in front of me

as you can see i have the driver and audio device selected and there is clearly a signal coming through on the channel strip but there is no audio coming out of my speakers.

I've tried to google the issue but to no avail. can anyone help me with this little hiccup?

Many Thanks
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  • Hello Fabio,

    Thanks for posting. I'd be happy to help!

    Are your speakers connected to the M-Track MAIN OUT on the rear panel? Do you have headphones to test with as well?

    Also, is your MONITOR MIX knob all the way to the left, on DIRECT? If so, turn it all the way too the right, USB.

    Let me know if this helps!
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  • Hi,
    I would be looking at the "monitor" button in your DAW. I notice the channel meter level, but also note that there isn't a signal in the master channel meter - indicating the track isn't input monitoring. The monitor button is currently set to auto, but I'd go with "In" just to be sure.
    This will pass the audio coming into the M-track, through your DAW, and back to the M-Track outputs. There will be the added processing latency, depending upon how fast your system/how much free resources you have it will create a noticeable delay or not.

    The Monitor Mix knob would be set to USB in the above case, as you want all the sound from your computer/post computer.
    Setting this knob to direct will just allow through audio straight from the inputs ADC-DAC.

    Kind regards
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