Question about Tascam US-144 Sound Card
I'm using Tascam US-122L, with GarageBand. When I record the real instrument I can see the sound waves but cannot hear the monitor (which is turned on) and I'm not able to hear anything during playback (monitor on or off, sound waves are still there). The volume for the monitor in (track info) is all the way down. It is not highlighted so I cannot drag it to a higher volume. What gives? Can I only use Cubase with this thing?
Check out where your monitors are receiving their audio from.is it from the tascam or the onboard or audio another interface.first choose an output for your sound,if you using the tascam as an output for your sound connect your monitors to the phones input in front and use the mono mix knob to swap between audio coming from your usb or computer.if you want to hear from your mic or guitar move knob to usb if you want to hear from computer as in playbck move it to computer.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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