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Feedback loop

Discussion in 'Recording' started by AndrewMcPherson, Aug 7, 2005.

  1. Hello guys,
    Well, I`m in trouble with my Behringer Mixer UB802, I'll describe my equipment below

    Software:
    - Saw Pro 2.8

    Hardware:
    - Behringer Mixer UB802
    - Sound Card M-Audio Quattro Pro USB
    - Headphones AKG K-55
    - MIC Sennheiser

    Well, I'm trying to record with Saw Pro, but when I record the first track sound and playback it, there's a feedback loop that is recorded again while recording voice....

    Please help me to findout a good layout for recording without that damned feedback...

    I only want to hear the first track sound and input the voice in the second track sound of Saw Pro.

    I've tried many layouts but anyone helped me.

    Best Regards for all....!!!!
     
  2. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    forget the Behringer for driving the Headphones or Main Speakers.

    Use a headphone amp and go direct from Sound Card to amp to speakers ... you may need a simple volume control if the amp doesn't have one.

    Drive both the headphone amp and main amp with the stereo output from the sound card.
    clean signal path

    Use the B mixer as a mic-pre and a mixing device for multiple signals sources to one or two record tracks.


    :shock:
    .... and welcome to RO
     
  3. Thanks Kev,

    Now I'm very happy :D

    You're a Genius!

    Your Idea works great, now I can record without looping!!!!
     

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