Recording Question

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Bravadomaster, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. Hello, I have a Behringer ub1202 Mixer which I am pleased with and my question is, how can I listen to one track while listening to another I am recording, for example, I record my drums and then when I play back the drums so I can record my guitar, I can't hear the guitar, only the drums, and not untill the recording is done I can hear both tracks together, So if anyone with any experience with a behringer mixer or any mixer for that matter can help me out it would be most appreciated, thankyou very much
  2. drumster

    drumster Active Member

    Sep 12, 2004
    Sydney Australia
    Firstly, what program r.u recording in ?
    But regardless of software,I use a UB 1202 myself to record into cubase/acid pro/pro tools,and I simply send the main output of the mixer to the line in of soundcard,then output of sound card goes straight to my monitors(Behringer MS-16's) and then it's simply a matter of making sure that you have your software configured to monitor incoming signal straight back out(this might be a problem if you have any latency,ie delay between a signal going in & going out.),If all things are working without latency you should hear everything that your soundcard can,Remember to use headphones when recording with mics so as to prevent feedback.
    Feel free to reply with any further questions
  3. I use the programs mainly Acid Pro 4.0, and then sometimes Magix, you said something about behringer ms-16's (which I don't know of), I only have my computer and my mixer, and I have my mixer hooked to my comp through line in, so that's my situation, and thankyou for your help so far
  4. if by monitor you mean like an extra speaker, can I use my amp, it has input, insert and exit speaker jacks on it, thanx

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