Hi, Call me stupid ("Hey Stupid !"), but I can't get my head around the mixer at all. I want to use my Audigy card to record audio into my sequencer (Tracktion). I have my sound source (usually an electric guitar) plugged into the Audigy's LINE IN socket. I have the input to Tracktion set to "Kx IN 00 + 01". I CAN get audio recorded, BUT - I can ALSO hear the dry signal before it gets anywhere near any VST effects I have lined up in Tracktion. I get the 'wet' signal too, but also the dry (which I don't want !). If I close down Tracktion, I can still hear the dry signal, so it's not something I've setup wrong in that. If I play with the mixer, trying to find the source of the dry signal reaching my speakers, I'll eventually find a slider that will mute it, but then I get no audio at all into Tracktion. I appreciate that some users will want all the extras that the Kx project provides, but for me ALL I want is what I've just described (and of course the low latency for playing VSTi's live). I really have no need for a mixer full of 'TAD', 'ZVideoI2S', 'Aux2' and 'Subwoofer' etc etc, it's just too confusing for me ! I've sat down and read the manual and the help files, but my brain starts to melt when I do, and I'm sat there thinking "Why does it have to be so complex ?!!! Can anyone tell me if there is anything specific to the Audigy card that needs 'correcting' in Kx (Please, don't make me go into the DSP Routing room !!! - I'm begging you !! :w00t: ) ...or does anyone know of any other drivers that will give me the same low latency as Kx, but without the 'Masters Degree in astro-musicology' requirement ? Help me Obi-Wans - you're my only hope !