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I have an io26 firewire audio interface linked to my macbook. When i record in cubase le4n i'm only getting sound out of the left headphone and its seriously quiet. I have set the audio/midi settings to the alesis product but when i do that the volme bar is greyed out so you can't control input or output settings. can you help? I'm using a newish macbook, 2ghz, 120gb using osx 10.4.11

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Your audio are not in interface with your macbook it means to say, the common wire are not in the same connection. that why you only hear sound on your left headphone. in short your firewire audio is not compatible with your macbook. but you can rewire it with same audio plug. or replace the audio plug with the compatible one. when you do this, make sure that the common wire of your firewire audio and your macbook are in the same connection.

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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    Alver Clamonte Nov 14, 2008

    your audio are not in interface with your macbook it means to say, the
    common wire are not in the same connection. that why you only hear
    sound on your left headphone. in short your firewire audio is not
    compatible with your macbook. but you can rewire it with same audio
    plug. or replace the audio plug with the compatible one. when you do
    this, make sure that the common wire of your firewire audio and your
    macbook are in the same connection.

  • Alver Clamonte
    Alver Clamonte Nov 15, 2008

    your audio are not in interface with your macbook it means to say, the
    common wire are not in the same connection. that why you only hear
    sound on your left headphone. in short your firewire audio is not
    compatible with your macbook. but you can rewire it with same audio
    plug. or replace the audio plug with the compatible one. when you do
    this, make sure that the common wire of your firewire audio and your
    macbook are in the same connection.



    or replace with the compatible audio interface t your macbook.

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