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Assuming you have an interface or sound device that came with an ASIO driver, make sure you have the latest drivers for it. Go to the manufacturer"s website to download and install the latest drivers. If you still do not have ASIO, you can try the f...
Samson has provided instructions for adjusting the volume level of your C01U in Windows here [1]. These instructions are for Windows XP, but the principle would be the same for other versions of Windows. Links: ------ [1] http://www.samsontech.co...
Any track which has audio clips on it, will play back when you record onto another track. Unless you have muted it, or selected "Solo" on the recording track. keywords: overdub simultaneous, recording, record vocals, guitar, part, multitrack
Mixcraft can record anything that Windows provides for it. If your sound card/Driver provides Windows with "Stereo Mix" or "What You Hear", then Windows will provide it for Mixcraft. keywords: record CD, record audio CD
Some sound cards or USB devices do not have a way to monitor the live recording. If you can't hear yourself or whatever you are recording, you can use Mixcraft to play the source during recording by monitoring the recording. Click the Monitor option...
Make sure you have the correct recording source selected. To choose your recording source in Mixcraft, click on the small down arrow that appears to the right of the Arm button on track you want to use for recording. First, choose the sound device y...
Distortion can ruin a good recording, and the worst part is, once you've recorded distorted audio, there's no way to fix it. If your meters are lighting the meters up all the way and the peak indicators are lit, your incoming signal is too loud. There ...
Samson has provided instructions for adjusting the volume level of your C01U in Windows here. These instructions are for Windows XP, but the principle would be the same for other versions of Windows... go into the Windows control panel and adjust the S...
First, make sure you've selected the correct recording source. If possible, it's best to choose a specific source, instead of something general like "stereo mix," "what you hear" or "digital wave." For example, if your recording source is a microphon...
You can play audio, but you can't record anything! There can be many reasons why this is not working. Here are a few: 1.Make sure your hardware/microphone/guitar is plugged in properly! 2.Make sure that you are arming the correct input/source. ...
Welcome to the world of inaccurate timing and sound cards. If you are overdubbing and notice that your recordings are not lining up properly at the start, you'll need to adjust the offset or start time of the recorded sound. Make sure snap is off and move...
There are a couple of possibilities here: _The starting position of my recordings is wrong._ If the start offset of the recording is wrong, you can try the following suggestions: Adjust the sound manually Update your sound card"s drivers if possible. ...
If you're recording the playback from another program, like a MIDI sequencer or any other audio program, and you experience small drop-outs, skipped audio or gaps in the recorded audio, try turning off the high priority threads option. In Mixcraft 4 ...
The opposite problem of sound breaking up or gapping is that the sound will be delayed and have a latency from the time an edit is made to the time you hear it. For example, if you are playing back audio and change an envelope point. If it takesseve...
You may have selected a stereo source to arm the track with, but your instrument is actually mono. This causes the right channel to record nothing. Choose "Left" from the arm sub menu. keywords: one side, recording, balance, panning
In Mixcraft, if you go to select the recording source on a track by clicking on the arrow next to an Arm button, and all you see is "channel 1, channel 2, channel 3 and so on," that means you are on an Instrument track, which is for MIDI only. Instr...