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whoisqazTracking problems
by on Jan 13, 2007 at 3:30:13 pm

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willie tothRe: Tracking problems
by on Jan 13, 2007 at 5:15:26 pm



Make sure you take the first track you record out of record mode ...

WILLIE


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whoisqazRe: Tracking problems
by on Jan 14, 2007 at 4:32:52 am


yes i do do that, cause if i didn't it would re-record over that same track. what i want is to play the first track while recording a different one, so afterwards i can add effects to individual tracks. any other ideas? or is what i want it to do not posible



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willie tothRe: Tracking problems
by on Jan 14, 2007 at 10:04:17 pm



Yes, you can listen to tracks already recorded while recording a new track, if you can't then check your output settings located in OPTIONS > DEVICE ORDER ... I think it would benefit you to read the section of the help file dealing with recording a multi track session, I am sure it would answer most of your questions and anything it doesn't cover I can help you with ............... WILLIE


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whoisqazRe: Tracking problems
by on Jan 15, 2007 at 4:36:04 am

thank you, i will read it and get back to you. thanks for all your help


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whoisqazRe: Tracking problems
by on Jan 16, 2007 at 1:14:27 am


this is my problem and my possible solution but read the bottom oto find my new problem

Does this sound like you?

"I recorded track one (music) in the multi-track. Then when I tried to record track two as a separate vocal track, I found that it also recorded the music with it at the same time. This keeps happening!! What can I do?"

Well, you're not alone. If you're using a standard windows soundcard (essentially, ANY Soundblaster, SBLive or compatible, Crystal Audio, ESS, Soundmax, or even some other cards from Turtle Beach) the remedy is changing the input/output settings in your Windows Mixer. Here's how...

In any version of Windows that you have:
- Dbl-click on the yellow (or grey) speaker icon located on the lower right
hand corner of your screen.
- Select Options, Properties.
- In the "Adjust Volume for" area, select Recording.
- This will show you all the devices you can record from, in the
"Show the following volume controls" window.
- Make sure all the devices have a check mark in them.
- Click on OK.
- At the bottom of each recording device, there is a check box
with "Select" to the right of it. Use this to select the recording
device that you want. (if you're recording from Line In, choose LINE. If you're recording from Mic In, choose MIC, etc)
- Make sure the recording Volume is at least half way up.
- Minimize the "Recording Control" window.
- You are ready to record.


it helped me narrow down my problem but now a new one arises... according to the faqs (since I


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