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les_paul  
9 Jun 2008 12:00 | Quote
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I recorded the chord progression but when I try to record the vocals over the chords, the first track (the chords), wouldn't play back at the same time while I was recording the vocals. Any help would be appreciated.

Edit: I got it, thanks
Notim  
9 Jun 2008 14:33 | Quote
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Cool ! How ya been LP?
les_paul  
11 Jun 2008 15:49 | Quote
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Doin good just sitting around the house going f#ckin nuts. I have been trying my hand at writing to keep myself busy.
league  
11 Jun 2008 17:02 | Quote
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Hey guys I noticed that everytime I record a guitar track the sound distorts a lot more than it really should. Does anyone know how to stop the loud distortion? When I use a regular Mic it sounds great.
telecrater  
11 Jun 2008 18:55 | Quote
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ok both of you are explaing 2 diffrent issues but should be fixed easy.

League, i bet you have the play back volume up to high. I'm not sure exactly how you have it setup but i use cubase and record at one volume, my win volume has it's own volume control and then my sound card and an application to control sound and such. check all the different levels and when recording and playback. you have to tweat it to get it right.

les_paul, there is an option on your windows sound level app thing (the damn speaker by the time). Double click on it and check the settings there. if thats not it check the transport bar of the app your using and see if their is an option to monitor while recording. Cakewalk and Magix sturido had some silly option like that.

Pretty much you have to break it unitl it works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
league  
11 Jun 2008 23:15 | Quote
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Thanks Telecrater. Another question. How do i listen to the first track when recording over it? like playing a solo over rhythm.
telecrater  
12 Jun 2008 07:01 | Quote
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I just DL Audacity to see first hand but if you go into eidt prefernces, under Audio I/O at the bottom is a check box for playing other tracks when recording. I'm not 100% sure that will do the trick but thats what my guess would be.
ThePusher  
12 Jun 2008 15:28 | Quote
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my Audacity is mega hooped I can't save anything I can't export it I really need one of my nerd friends to help
league  
13 Jun 2008 22:15 | Quote
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I got it thanks Telecrater. @ Pusher its really easy just install all the plug ins on the website(requires some reading).
ThePusher  
14 Jun 2008 02:08 | Quote
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I see yeah I don't read websites unless I find it nescesary which at the time I didn't


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