I had been using a profire 2626 for the past 12 years or so. I switched to the Behringer UMC1820 because it plays a little nicer with Linux.
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.
I am fairly new to the world of studio audio recording, so need a bit of advice, in my setup I have full HD rig, and have added a Behringerada8000 to the setup for preamp mic's etc for drums and mis, set ada to slave, connected light-pipe cables etc, get audio into ada but not out to any pt session's, checked hardware and io settings and seem to be ok, or am I missing something as getting frus
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)
Hi there everyone, I just got a new computer and redownloaded my Cubase 9.5 on it. I am having an issue where if I export a file or send the audio output through a speaker, it alters the pitch and tempo of the audio file. Any idea why this might be happening? Thank you!
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.
I have a Laney L5 Studio amp that has a XLR DI output. Can i use this output to connect to the AES/EBU input on the UFX audio interface. If so, do i need an AES/EBU cable for this or can i use a regular XLR cable?
Looking for some help here...
Hello all! A little question:
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'...
I am trying to setup a youtube channel on the cheap and got a condenser mic and amp. I recorded with multiple programs all registering very low signal strength. How do I increase the signal strength of my recordings? The XLR output goes to my audio jack.
Hi All, I was hoping someone could assist with this issue or direct me to a thread that already explains the issue i am having. I am modeling sounds on my Korg MS2000 and the frequencies I am creating are very ear sensitive. When i record them to my PC using Audacity / Soundblaster Audigy 5, I lose the sound details i can hear with the headphones directly on the Korg.