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Darren Burgos on Mon, May 9th 0 comments
If you have multiple audio interfaces, synthesizers, or even iPad interfaces, you can get them to all work as one virtual interface on the Mac. Here's how to combine them as an aggregate device.

1. Open Audio MIDI Setup

1. Open Audio MIDI Setup

2. Create the Aggregate Device

2. Create the Aggregate Device

3. Clock Source and Drift Control

3. Clock Source and Drift Control

4. Select Device in Your DAW

4. Select Device in Your DAW

5. Configure Your I/O Labels (Logic Pro)

5. Configure Your I/O Labels (Logic Pro)

6. Tips to Remember

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