Yes, Out's to In's
do i run a cable from the in and out of the raydat to the in out on each converter?
Yes, Out's to In's
I was perhaps too subtly for your intensity level telling you to relax. I usually do that by yanking a few chains. I understand this is a big step and you're as excited as a kid at Christmas (or Hannukah or Kwanza or whatever). Did reinstallation fix the issue or did you choose to alter the registry?
[Thanks to DJ for taking up the slack of me not being around much lately. Been doing Jarhead things.]
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Sonar x1 has proven to be way more complex than previous versions on top of the fact that I have never used a 3 drive system.
Yeah Gearslutz can be tough....
The info there is like trying to get gold....you have to take a ton of material and wash it down to a nugget.
That site has so many rude, its my way or your an idiot outlook and they have no idea what they are talking about. The famed drummer guy there said that the room you record in is more important than anything. I agree the room has a lot to do with a good drum sound but not anymore important than mic placement and tuning and a thousand other variables. I dont like that kind of mind set. Music changes and evolves with experimentation. No one way is the right way. You guys have given great answers that maybe i havent fully understood yet but i will. Ill have more questions if you guys dont mind?
I don't mind....ask away
I didn't think you were a vet. That's me. We don't ever really get it out of our system. Sort of like once you've done a tour with Courtney Love sticking the mic into the main speaker stacks you will ALWAYS ride the mute button during a live show.
Ask any question you like. I may be on occasion sarcastic or yank someone's chain, but I hope never to emulate a GS forum thread. That is true of all the Mod's here.
Sorry. Don't have a lot of time to chime in these days. X1D update is available now. Just install it over the existing installation. Some very nice feature additions.
Personally, I had a lot of issues installing Sonar X1. I kept getting "cannot create file. File already exists" errors. It took me a while to figure out that just clicking retry would get it done............eventually. At any rate, X1 has been a good experience. Very few bugs and considerably less power hungry than Pro Tools. Seriously. Pro Tools would crash on 24 tracks. Pathetic. I have yet to run into a limit with Sonar.
Shhhhhh! Be Vewwy, vewwy quiet! I'm hunting pirates. Huhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhuh.