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Discussion in 'Vocals' started by NINO1, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. NINO1

    NINO1 Guest

    Im using a mbox and adobe audition at first i was able to double my vocals easy like in one or two takes...now there is some sort of delay..and the doubles are higher then the main vocals...and i didn't move the mic knob higher...well if there is anyone who can help ill appreciate it...thankz for your time...
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Guest

    Sep 26, 2005
    I have a rig, the same as yours. Depending on the speed of your computer, latency can become a problem. You may also be rerecording your doubled vocals inadvertently every time you are monitoring them? That may be the reason why they appear louder than your primary vocals? So from what you have described, this may actually be a sound card to monitor/recording mixer miss adjustment? So even though you're using an M-box, your mixer settings, in the Microsoft mixer software application, should be set so that you are only monitoring " wave" and do not have" wave" nor " what you hear" turned up in the recording section of your Microsoft mixer application.

    If you need further help our explanations, keep asking your questions with as much information as you can provide us with.

    Still learning Pro tools since I never bothered to from the get-go.
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  3. What are your computer specs? Please specify a little more on what kind of machine your using.

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