Use auxes to control channel strip output
You can send the output of multiple channel strips to an aux (auxiliary channel strip) and use the aux to control the volume level and pan position of the channel strips. Sending the output to an aux is also useful for adding EQ or compression to a group of patches.
When you send channel strip output to an aux, the volume fader of the channel strip controls how much of the signal is sent to the aux.
When you control the output of multiple channel strips using an aux, their relative volume levels and pan positions are preserved, but the overall volume level and pan position are modified by the aux Volume fader and Pan knob.
Send the output of a channel strip to an aux
In the Patch List, select the patch you want to control using an aux.
In the channel strip, click the Output slot and choose a bus from the pop-up menu.
Control the output of channel strips using an aux
In the Patch List, click the concert icon.
The concert is selected. The busses added to the concert appear in the Channel Strips area along with the concert-level channel strips.
Drag the Volume fader on the aux to adjust the volume level of the overall aux output.
Drag the Pan knob on the aux to adjust the pan position of the overall aux output.