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Hi, I have a Tascam 144 when i plug my guitar through an amp into it, it only seems to record on one channel IE it only comes out of one speaker, I can get round this by taking a lead out of the sub out and the line out of the amp and plugging into both inputs on the 144, but this is hard to balance and just doesn't seem right. how am i meant to connect the guitar? when i look at the booklet it shows the guitar going into only one input and it says that i should not use both. What am i doing wrong. Thanks

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  • timson Oct 31, 2008

    its Cubase LE it came with the 144

  • timson Oct 31, 2008

    THANKS: if i do that it says stereo mono mismatch with the other channels, any ideas 

  • timson Oct 31, 2008

    Cubase LE

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi



    What software are you using to record with?



    regards

    robotek

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No worries, you need to set up the channel you are recording to as a mono channel. It is the two overlapping o symbols in the track setup. Hit that and you should be in business.

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