Monitoring Problem With M-Audio Transit and Adobe Audition

Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by ChangFest, Dec 7, 2004.

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  1. ChangFest

    ChangFest Guest

    Hi. This is my first post here. I've been lurking for a while and I've not found an answer to my problem.

    My issue with it is that with Adobe Audition I cannot get full duplex support to monitor what I'm recording using a M-Audio Transit USB. I can get full duplex support for programs that use ASIO, but not Audition. I can also get full duplex support using Audacity (freeware multitrack audio editor) and it's "software playthrough" feature. This program does not use ASIO, so I know it's not a ASIO problem that limits me to not achieving full duplex support with Adobe Audition. Audition does playback a track that's already been recorded if I'm recording a new track, but I still cannot hear what I'm recording. Does anyone here have experience with Adobe Audition and/or the M-Audio Transit that can offer any suggestions, or am I up a creek (mainly because I want to use Audition to record with full duplex monitoring support)? Also, if full duplex support cannot be achieved with a Transit, what recording sound cards allow for full duplex support with Adobe Audition? I want a M-Audio Delta 44, but I'm reserved to purchase it based upon the fact that I cannot get full duplex support with the Transit. Any help is appreciated.

    Here are screens of my settings: Forum/wave_out_AA.png Forum/wave_in_AA.png Forum/playback_AA.png Forum/recording_AA.png
  2. nyaben

    nyaben Guest

    I have the same question but for different software. I'm trying to track and overdub with my Transit into Tracktion (Mackie) and cannot monitor what I'm recording though I can record and play it back later. Have tried ASIO and otherwise.

    I'll repost if I find the answer.
  3. splurge

    splurge Guest

    Does the Transit have a mixer ( internal I mean )? I use the 1010 and I have it set up so that whatever input I record to it echos out to the corresponding output. In other words if I record into i/p 3 I monitor it on o/p 3.

    Good luck

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