That is correct. You need to then, like Pete said, go in to the Environment and create new Output Objects. This is not difficult to do. Under the New menu, the last item is Audio Objects. It's got a sub menu for the object type. Create an Output Object. Then, while it is selected, set the Output field in the inspector on the left to correspond the physical outputs you want it to represent.yes, i tried that. it doesn't reassign in the mixer/io labels.