Hi Blair,However I would say that you should just be aware that CueMix can (under certain circumstances) mess around with Logic's levels. I know this is not supposed to happen, and I haven't really used CueMix a lot so maybe it was operator error - but I noticed that sometimes when I changed levels in CueMix they would change in Logic's inputs as well.
I think this was when I used the trim controls at the top of the CueMix strip - not the level faders. I guess the main thing I am trying to say is that CueMix does add a level of complication to the setup. Make sure you do a dry run first (if you haven't already done this session.)
The way I see it, Cuemix is _supposed_ to affect the level reaching the inputs in Logic. Isn't that what those trim buttons are for? If they're not going to affect the level, than what use are they? Seriously, I'm not being sarcastic - I'm curious what other role those trim buttons could be useful for.
I always feel like I am stumbling around when I am adjusting things in Cuemix - never quite sure the effect it will have until I test the changes from within Logic. I agree that, powerful as control panels like Cuemix are - they do put an additional load on the brain (well, mine anyway) in terms of keeping track of all the signal flow.