Discussion in 'Budget Gear' started by JimJamesWOA, Jan 18, 2012.
Pro Tools 10? The Behringer is what I'm worried about.
ProTools 7 still in operation here.
Mx. Remy Ann David
Same problems with my Cubase 5, using Tascam DM 4800 mixer
Hi, guys! I have been using Cubase 5 for a period of time, but have mostly recorded one track at a time...I am using a Windows 7 64-bits, and have connected a TASCAM DM4800 Digital Mixer thru Firewire connection. I have tried reading a lot about multitrack recording, and when I tried recording vocals, and a guitar simultaneously, I coudlnt make it...Here's my setup:
I have 24 tracks available inputs on my TASCAM mixer. I put the microphone to channel input nr. 1( On my TASCAM MIXER), and the guitar thru an xlr-cable into channel input nr. 7( TASCAM MIXER). I also have a stereo track, running my laptop with some backing music, which I put on channel input 3-4.
I went into the VST CONNECTIONS-INPUT and added two mono busses, where I connected the MONO IN with the DEVICE PORT 7( Channel Input 7) to, and the MONO IN 2( Channel Input 1) with the `DEVICE PORT 1. What happened was that when I try to create an Audio Track in a project, for my guitar( AUDIO TRACK 1), there is no metering showing except for that there is signal on the MONO IN 2 Input....)But, the strange thing happens when I connect the guitar channel ( AUDIO TRACK 1)to the MONO IN 2( ( but my guitar is physically still connected to INPUT nr. 7 on the mixer), then I get like a signal bleed thru the MONO IN2 ...So, my question is, is does the TASCAM MIXER NOT support Multichannel Recording, or is there any other way to fix this??? I included a picture that shows my setup.
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