You'd have to use an external recording device post-RMX-output.
How to XDJ RX - > RMX1000 - > record
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Sander Rueck > I am going to try a new option tonight. Here is my setup
Behringer Xenix 8 channel mixer
Connect SX3 to laptop via USB1
Connect RMX-1000 to laptop via USB 2
Connect Behringer to laptop via USB 3
Behringer connects to Amp
Using a virtual adapter or by capturing the audio from the Behringer on USB 3, you should have all channels in the output available to record. Anything form the RMX will of course still be over the master since any controller is lacking send/receive. Hopefully it works, but honestly, it should no problem.
1. Connect the audio output of your XDJ RX to the audio input of the RMX1000 using RCA cables.
2. Connect the audio output of the RMX1000 to a separate recording device, such as a computer or a digital audio recorder, using RCA cables or an appropriate audio interface.
3. Set the input source on the recording device to the audio input where the RMX1000 is connected.
4. Start playing your music on the XDJ RX and adjust the audio levels on both the XDJ RX and the RMX1000 to your desired settings.
5. Use the RMX1000 to apply effects or process the audio as desired.
6. Monitor the audio output from the RMX1000 Flappy Bird through headphones or speakers connected to the RMX1000's audio output.
7. Start the recording on your recording device to capture the audio output from the RMX1000.
Please note that this workaround may introduce additional latency or affect the audio quality, so it's recommended to test and adjust the settings accordingly.