I've been using Audition 1.5 with my Line6 PodXT through USB for about 2 years now, but the last few months there has been a bit of an annoying problem.
Whenever i record, once i am done and stop recording, audition seems to move the clips ever so slightly out of time. Its barely visible unless you zoom right in, but you can hear it incredibly clearly.
At first i thought it was just me being a poor musician, but after numerous recording sessions of several hours, and a few other people having the same problem on my machine, im pretty sure its a software issue.
Obviously, i've just been moving the clips back into time using the "beats and bars" time view, but id rather not do that because you never get it quite right.
Am running Win XP Pro up-to-date. Have updated all drivers already. Any info you can give me to help would be excellent. Ive been making sure to close down all other programs when im recording, the only other thing i can think of is that ive somehow messed with latency settings or something by accident, haha.
It's got to be either latency or something causing the movement. I doubt you'r making the same mistake with your mouse every time, so my guess is a program on your machine if it isn't the latency thing.
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I assume that you know your way around adobe audition 1.5 because I'm currently using adobe audition 3 on windows 7. The menus are different, but I'm going to give a few points that might help.
Windows Sound/Volume: Make sure that the sound card you are using is selected, specially if you are using an additional external USB sound card (which is much better). Disable other sound cards, if any.
Adobe Audition: One of the pull down menus located on the upper part, it has an option that says "Device Properties" or anything like that. This is where you set the input signal will be coming from and likewise the output signal.
The input signal should be the input of the sound card you selected in windows. Same goes for the output signal.
On multi-track view, check the track to be recorded. Make sure that the input is from the input of the sound card and not from anything else. The button for the setting is somewhere near the Solo/Mute/Record buttons.
If this will be set correctly, you will be able to play the song on the 1st track and record ONLY your voice on the 2nd track.
If you're wanting to use the Yamaha ASIO driver direct via USB, first make sure you have the driver installed. Second, you have to enable the ASIO driver in the audio devices setup portion - or you can just go to your Windows Audio settings, and change the recording hardware to the Yamaha one.
Then you'll be able to record to 1 Stereo or 2 Mono channels off of the Yamaha ASIO driver.
It's more tricky doing it that way than just feeding the line-outs into your onboard or PCI/PCI-eX sound cards.
Poast back if you have more questions. I'm at work now, but I can look at the specifics when I get home if you need further assistance.
If you need further help, be sure to post this info:
1. What version of Audition
2. What version of Windows
3. What type of soundcard do you have (if you want to do anything through that route).
My best guess to start with is a reverb setting of some sort.
Are you recording in multitrack or edit view? If one, try the other, and see if you get the same results.
Another guess would be a sound-card setting. If you have any special effects setup on your soundcard (onboard, pci, pci-express, usb, etc), that could cause it. Things such as 3d-surround settings, environmental settings, etc..
Also, what version of Windows? What sound card/ audio interface?
Need more detail:
1. What sound card are you using? - You need to make sure the correct hardware is selected as your record and playback types. For instance, if you have more than one sound card, you could have easily the default one setup, but you really need your recording one - such as an ASIO driver - such as for external USB mixers.
2. What version of Windows?
My best guess is the hardware setup is off. You have to have the correct hardware setup for Audition to see it. Wave view and Multitrack view have diferent settings, each, so you have to set them up separately.
Sounds like you do not have your audio recording source set correctly. If you're recording from a file on your computer or a CD via the CD-Rom drive of your computer, you need to probably set the recording to either "Wave" or "What you hear", one of the two. The "What you hear" can be easiest, but then again, if any other sound comes accross your computer at the same time, you'll end up recording that as well, so it's best to stick to "wave" if you can... or make sure all Windows sounds are turned off (Audio settings ->Sounds ->Select "No Sounds" as the theme).
My initial guess is distortion. With some hardware, and at least on Vista, I had really bad pops/cracks with Audition 3 initially using a Creative Labs Audigy 2... sound card. Then after getting an M-Audio Delta 1010LT, no more problems EVER.
Adobe Audition 1.5
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