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nullnaught  
5 Jun 2011 00:46 | Quote
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Can anyone tell me if there is a version of this adapter made for windows 7, 64 bit?

Thanks.



harleyofdoom  
5 Jun 2011 00:59 | Quote
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You should be able get this one to work, I cant see why it wouldnt.
nullnaught  
5 Jun 2011 02:09 | Quote
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its for a windows xp, and a 32 bit.
Guitarslinger124  
5 Jun 2011 03:43 | Quote
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nullnaught  
5 Jun 2011 03:59 | Quote
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your first link has the usb going to one mono output. i need it to go to two for stereo and your second link shows the usb cable on one end and who knows what on the other.
Guitarslinger124  
5 Jun 2011 04:17 | Quote
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I am under the impression that these "audio" cables consists of a usb on one end and 1/8th on the other. If recording mono is your only problem, just duplicate the track and pan on center(usually left) and the other on your missing output(usually right).



nullnaught  
5 Jun 2011 05:02 | Quote
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Actually my interfaced keeps screwing up which has stereo inputs. your idea is fine but i need it to be stereo.
Guitarslinger124  
5 Jun 2011 06:09 | Quote
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Ever thought about a MONO TO STEREO ADAPTER?

Rock on!
nullnaught  
6 Jun 2011 02:25 | Quote
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how is that even possibly? Doesnt that just send the same signal to both sides?
neomass1  
6 Jun 2011 02:52 | Quote
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I use one, its not about the operating system its what program you use for the most part.
Guitarslinger124  
6 Jun 2011 03:13 | Quote
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nullnaught says:
how is that even possibly? Doesnt that just send the same signal to both sides?


That is what stereo is!
nullnaught  
6 Jun 2011 03:56 | Quote
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Actually that is not true. Stereo is when sounds can diferentiate from left to right instead of being being placed equally on both left and right. i cant belive i feel i have to explain this. no offence.
nullnaught  
6 Jun 2011 04:52 | Quote
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@ neomass,

Just one question. If it's not about the operating system them why do them state it as if it makes a difference?
Guitarslinger124  
6 Jun 2011 06:24 | Quote
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None taken.

nullnaught says:
Actually that is not true. Stereo is when sounds can diferentiate from left to right instead of being being placed equally on both left and right. i cant belive i feel i have to explain this. no offence.


Look up artificial stereo.

If you plan on using microphones, than you'll be getting pure stereo anyhow and all you would need is an interface.

If you are using a "line out", "voiced line out" or just plugging into your guitar then you wont find much of a difference between artificial and true stereo sounds.

If you want to get technical, unless you are literally using two or more individual sources to gather your audio, your sound is not equivalent to that of a true stereophonic sound-scape.

Also, plenty of recording software allow you to turn your mono guitar sound into an "artificial stereo" automatically.

Sorry I couldn't help you find what you are looking for.

Rock on!


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