The powerful routing of the EVO 16 allows different mixes to be sent to different outputs, this guide will cover how to setup your headphone mixes to match the main output.
To assign the headphone outputs first open up the EVO mixer window.
Once here navigate to the "View" Tab and choose "Show System Panel".
Once you have opened that up you will see the EVO routing page, you just need to select the "Main Mix" to both headphone outputs and you will be ready to go. This will then give you the same mix across the main outputs on the back of the unit, as well as both headphone ports on the front of the unit. The levels for all 3 can be controlled individually.
If you need to send a different mix to the headphone outputs then you can instead use the Cue Mixes, these are assigned in the same panel and allow you to have different mixes running to the headphone outputs.
If you wanted a different mix to each headphone assign the first headphone output to Cue A, and the second to Cue B. The mixes for these are controlled via the main EVO mixer window.
On the right hand side of the mixer you will see Cue A through to D. Click on the mix you'd like to adjust and the window will change colour to show you are now affecting this mix.
From here you can adjust the panning and volumes of all the faders independently of the other outputs, this is perfect for building artist mixes while keeping your main monitoring intact.
For further information please view our video here on the EVO mixer;