I have a complex setup. I am recording video and audio of a live performance series using the Bose L1, the Tonematch 1 mixer, a Zoom H6 recorder, and a DSLR camera. I have two vocals and two instruments so I require all 4 channels. Ideally, I want to capture all 4 channels as discrete tracks in the Zoom H6, and capture a stereo output that goes from the Tonematch to the DSLR. I have set all four channels to Aux pre at 50%. I am running TR cables out of the output jacks for channels 1-3 directly into the Zoom. Currently Channel 4/5 is set to Aux pre but the cable to the Zoom is running out of the AUX jack. If I use the Aux jack for the output of channel 4 (I am only plugging in a single guitar cord into 4), can I use Channel 5 (of 4/5) as my direct out for Channel 4 into the Zoom so I can capture all 4 feeds and adjust volume in the Zoom, leaving me the use of the Aux out for the TRS cable with an adapter to the DSLR. I can then adjust down the gain of the output to the camera that needs mic level input. I have tried using the Master out to connect to the camera but the signal is very hot and if I keep the Master gain low, it impacts the sound coming out of the L1 that I am using as a monitor for the performers. Any thoughts? Thanks for your help.