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Recording Vocals Seperately??

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by BALKI, May 24, 2006.

  1. BALKI

    BALKI Guest

    I just don't get it. I am able to record just fine in Audition , but only stereo. In the past with my onbaord card I could record my vocals seperatley in Audition while still being able to hear the beat while doing it . With this mixer & card I can't seem to do that. The mixer I have is the Yamaha MG 10/2. It doesn't have subgroup outs or bus. I don't know if that might be the issue to this. Is there a mixer out there that can mute the music so it won't read in audition, but i will still be able to hear it through my mixer so i can record just my vocals to the beat? I've tried everything you could imagine with tinkering the settings in audition & mycard settings plus re-routing this mixer. No solution if anyone can help it will be much apprecited thnx.

    The gear I'm using
    Audio interfaces: M-audio Quattro
    EMU 0404
    Mixer: Yamaha MG 10/2
    When i record in adobe audition the beat gets recorded with the vocals. In multitrack one track is usually the beat and the others are the vocals but when i listen to the vocal part alone it still has the beat and I record with headpones in my mixer.

    I have an M-audio Quattro Audio Interface & using a Yamaha MG10/2 Mixer.
    Theres only a playback option in the control panel in quattro, but no recording.
     
  2. mud5150

    mud5150 Guest

    however you have it hooked up is creating a loop, With your set up I would prob get some 1/4' to rca and run the rec out on the yamaha to th ins on the 04 then connect the 2 trck in. This should eliminate the loop. If not then I'd go to using the inserts on the channels for your outputs this would definately take care of it.
     

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