Applies to: Red 4Pre/8Pre/8Line/16Line
It's possible to change the order of the input channels on the Red Range. This allows for custom input mapping so that you can decide the order in which input channels are sent to your DAW.
This can be accomplished from the 'Input Routing' tab in RedNet Control (please note that the interface must be connected to a computer via a Thunderbolt connection to work with RedNet Control).
From this tab, the ordering of the inputs can be changed for each sample rate band independently (44.1/48kHz, 88.2/96kHz, 176.4/192kHz).
For example, you may wish to match the input/output order to accommodate hardware inserts in Pro Tools or to place particular channels before input 33 so that they can be used in the non-HD version of Pro Tools (which is limited to the first 32 inputs/output on any device).
In the screenshot below the ordering has been adjusted so that the Dante inputs come first so that they can be recorded using the non-HD version of Pro Tools. Inputs 1-32 in a DAW will now correspond with Dante inputs 1-32.
After each change is made, the settings are saved to the firmware on the unit automatically and so are applied in both Thunderbolt mode and Pro Tools HD mode.
Routings (along with mic preamp settings and output routing configurations) can be saved by going to File > Device Save in RedNet Control. This saves a file on your computer, to be recalled at another time (File > Device Load).