The Behringer seems to have more low-mids in the output than the Profire 2626 did. It's a little off-putting to my ears. I was very accustomed to the old sound. I'm hesitant to call the Behringer muddy in comparison, but it might be.
1. Is it common for different output devices to have different frequency profiles? It sort of makes sense, but I didn't expect that.
a problem may occur during when i install Focusrite scarlett driver but when i open fl studio 20. then one error may appear and i dont know why its appearing like :-
(not enough asio output channel available. at least 2 channels are needed)
i nstalled driver properly but the driver not showing Focusrite in window sounds like playback and recordings and i am using window 8.1 which is fully updated.
plzz help me.
This is my first time posting here and I hope you guys can help me figure this one out.
I'm trying to make some tunes in logic pro but I am not getting any audio response from the tracks I have set from my interface. This is strange for me because I use the same parameters every time I record and haven't had an issue till now.
Looking for some help here...
I have a digital piano Yamaha YDP-163 which has 2 headphone jacks as audio outputs. Sadly, no AUX OUT or LINE OUT jacks so only headphones.
When plugging a single pair of headphones to either of the headphone jacks, the audio signal is clean, clear and loud with very good signal to noise ratio.
Now, i wish to be able to record audio from this piano into my PC using RME Fireface 400 inputs.
When we right click on the AUX slot either in Track Editor or in Object Editor, 3 options appear: AUX/Output (Direct), AUX/Output (Pre) and AUX/Output (Post).
I know and understand very well about 'Pre' and 'Post', but I don't know what mens 'Direct'...
What is this? Where it is located in the plugin chain?
Thanks in advance!