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    What he says ^^

    Click on I/O of master track

    That brings up "Outputs for Master Track" dialog box

    At the bottom of that dialog box you will see "1/2" and a down arrow. Click on that and select 'none'.

    Try that and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shickjeff View Post
    Inset all the ins and outside in Reapers preferences. That all is working fine. The Master Send is checked on all the tracks. Like I said in can record tracks and they playback thru the mixer. It's just that every track I record is also playing back on tracks 1 and 2 on the mixer.
    Well now, we are getting somewhere - the playback on 1 & 2 is on the mixer (your description made it sound like it was in Reaper). Do you want playback to be on the individual channels of the mixer, i.e what's on '3' in Reaper goes to channel 3 on the mixer?
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    sorry i knew i wasnt explaining this to well . But yes, The playback on 1 & 2 is on the mixer and I want playback to be on the individual channels of the mixer, i.e what's on '3' in Reaper goes to channel 3 on the mixer? I will try looking at the Master I/O and check that output for 1/2

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    Either you can select it in Tascam software (if there is such), or you need to select the output channels in Reaper.
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