I have been using a Max based system on my laptop to control a live keyboard rig. There are two MOTU 828s connected via Firewire and I created an aggregate device so that the two MOTUs' inputs and outputs how up as a contiguous range from 1 to 60.
I bought a second laptop to take on tour as a backup in case first one dies. The new one has Mountain Lion installed. However, it turns out that there is a nasty problem where you cannot control the order of physical devices for an aggregate device and my MOTUs are showing up in the wrong order on my second laptop.
Although I just found out that I may be able to deal with this by editing the underlying plist file for the audio devices, I'd like to have a way to easily remap an entire set of inputs and outputs without having to do it manually from the I/O mappings stuff in DSP Status.
I'm assuming that the way to do this is with adstatus but it's not at all obvious how to do it without having to create an object for each output.
Alternatively, I've observed that when I change the mappings, they persist so there must be a file that I could get at, copy/edit and then put on the other machine
Thanks for any help or suggestions.
(Edit: changing underlying plist didn't seem to work)