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Cueing is enabled by specifying the -c command line option for dbfsd.

With previous versions of DBMix, the was an issue with synching the cue
and master output. This issue has been fixed.

1) you need two sound cards supported by OSS. The default values are:
#define DEFAULT_AUDIO_DEVICE   "/dev/dsp0"
#define DEFAULT_CUE_AUDIO_DEVICE "/dev/dsp2"

if the cue device path is different on your system, you can either
1) change the #define in DBMix/dbfsd_src/dbaudio.h or
2) use the -a and -b command line options for dbfsd or
3) use the dbmixer options dialog and the "Reset Soundcard" options on the 
   dbmixer options menu.

2) To implement cueing, use the dbmixer gui.  Click the "cue" button to turn 
   it off/on.  

3) Cue volume is unaffected by the channel gain level.  This is modeled after 
   mixers I have had experience with.  This means that the channel volume 
   could be zero, and the cue volume will still be at 100%.