see if I understand the question.
you are using the plug-in playback for a backing track and a channel strip for voice right and want separate volume control?
but why are you using the mainstage to record your performance? It can be done be maybe be more simple in a DAW plataform (logic or other)
you must use the sends option to your headphone output.
try this one set of mine and might work
thx for reply. I use mainstage because its easy to use for me coz it has already the template for the voice and i dont need to create from 0.
il take a look about it
thx for now
EDIT: ive seen your link but no idea what to do.
what step i should follow? i open manstage, choose vocal template then? on the left i should click: new patch with channel strip? and then? the best is send u the template and u add the channel strip for me. then once got it i learn how make it for the next time
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I could not open the file because your version of mainstage is newer than mine but has no problem.
Here is a template and with the explanation:
Arrow 1 - put the output (physical output like eg. 3/4) of phones
Arrow 2 - assign a bus to phones (can be anyone who is free in this case 20)
Arrow 3 - this is the volume (send) for voice to phones. select the same bus of phones (in this case bus 20 (headphone). You I'll see that is green (pre fader) as being monitor mix, volume fader does not change the volume of the phones (send)
Arrow 4 - this is the volume of the voice for the main output
step 3 and 4 must be done for each new channel strip added in this case the Playback and others.
This way you control the main output volume independent (via the volume channel strip) and phones (via sends the channel strip)
And of course you can add more if you make separate outputs and repeat again steps 1-4
Hope I have helped you and others
That´s simple just use the step 3 I´ve explained.
On reverb channel strip:
Arrow 3 - this is the volume (send) for reverb to phones. select the same bus of phones (in this case bus 20 (headphone). In this case leave it blue (post fader) as this is an effect being to monitor mix, volume fader must change the amount of reverb to the phones (send).
You must always use the send on each channel so your can hear it on the phones (thats the volume for the channel to phones just like the master volume of the channel).
And remember (green pre fader for audio // blue post fader for effect)
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