Using Cue Output routing with Serato Sample and Logic Pro

The advantages of using Cue Output routing with Serato Sample are that you can apply FX and individually treat each pad on a separate audio channel. It will also reduce load on the DAW by decreasing the number of instances of Serato Sample that you need to have loaded at one time. 

  1. Open Serato Sample on a MIDI channel in Logic Pro as normal and load up your selected sample. Click here if this is your first time using Serato Sample with Logic Pro for our quickstart guide. 
  2. Designate a cue point (pad) for the sample you wish to trigger. Now click on the 'output' button and select the output you want to send audio for that pad to. In this example the yellow pad 'H' is routed to channel 3.Logic_pad_routing.png
  3. Open an Aux channel by clicking the small '+' button at the bottom of the MIDI channel where Serato Sample is loaded. You can repeat this step to utilise up to 16 output routings for the pads in Serato Sample. In this example the audio for the yellow pad 'H' is output through Aux 2

* The default channel configuration for the channel output routing in Serato Sample is that channels 2-16 will relate to Aux 1-Aux 15 in the Logic Aux channel strips.Add_Logic_Aux.png