If you're recording with friends or with an artist, you may want to create a secondary monitor mix. This would typically be used to create a mix with audio that your artist may want to hear, such as a monitoring reverb or a click track, but you don't want to hear through your main monitors while recording.
To create an Artist Mix you'll first need to enable it. To do this, go to the menu bar of the EVO mixer app and go to Setup > Enable Artist Mix
The Mixer will now change slightly and you will now be able to click on the "Output 3+4" button found on the right side of the mixer. This will bring up a second set of faders with a yellow header which allows you to create your Artist Mix.
Now simply pull up the faders that you wish to send to the artist. This audio will be sent to Monitor Outputs 3+4 or Headphone output 2 depending on what you've got plugged in.
Sending Audio to the Artist Mix from your DAW
If you have a signal in your DAW that you'd like to send to the Artist Mix but not the Main Mix, such as a click track, you'd want to send this to outputs 3+4 in your DAW.
Now in the EVO Mixer, you should see this audio appear on the "Mac 3+4" or "Windows 3+4" channel. In your Main Mix, ensure the fader for this channel is pulled down but for your Artist Mix, pul this fader up until it's at a suitable level for your artist.
Main Mix with "Mac 3+4" fader pulled down - No click track being sent to the main monitors
Artist Mix with Mac 3+4 Pulled Up - Click track being sent to the artist's headphones 👍