Trio+ -- any way to have Mixer output separate Bass and Drum tracks?
I've used my Digitech Trio+ most lately as a source providing initial Bass and Drum tracks into a DAW (Studio One Pro 4 or Logic Pro) and I'm wondering if anyone has a method or hack to split out (separate) the Bass and Drum output tracks via the "Mixer" 1/4" TRS jack, into (2) separate mono channels going into an audio interface (or mixer) connected via USB to a DAW. The Bass and Drums tracks are by default obviously combined now into a single track doing into the DAW, which defeats the purpose of applying any mix treatments (EQ, plug-ins, etc) in post. ideally, it would great to have a way to split these out into 2 separate mono tracks, to go into the DAW. My awkward work-around for now is to independently silence one (e.g. Bass), bring the other (Drums) it into a DAW track, recording it for a set period of time, rewind, then silence the (Drum) and bring the Bass into the DAW song for the same time duration, then edit of course to get the time-sync and endings perfect. But that is clumsy at best. Also, I'd LOVE to have a way within a Trio+ playback session into a DAW to have a way to real-time change "Style", to add a little more diversity especially for Drum tracks -- any ideas (or plans for firmware update??) would be welcome! TIA