Problems recording on acid pro 7 with edirol ua4-fx
I am having a hard time recording midi tracks on acid. i turn on my edirol effects before i record for audio tracks and when i play back the effects are saved in the track, but when i try with with a midi keyboard plugged into the edirol, the knob adjustments i preset on the edirol are not kept when i finish recording. when i try to play with input monitoring on and start a new track, the new effects are applied to the last track when i try to playback or record. i am pretty new to using software like this and if i could have any feedback i would be greatly appreciative
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You can copy. You cannot just dump the file data. Unless you have an audio interface with multiple inputs, you can only copy 2 tracks at a time. Also, to sync the timing you'll need a midi port on the computer. Then you make the computer the "master" and the Fostex a "slave" device.
All you have to do is to connect with 2 cables your mixer's output to the two 1/4” TS plus in the front side of the Fast Track Pro and a usb cable from the rear panel of the Fast Track Pro to your pc's usb port. I suppose that you have installed the drivers for Fast Track Pro at your pc. Anyway in case of a problem or clarification, don't hesitate to post.
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It sounds like you may be confused on what the MIDI part actually does. MIDI records your performance, not your sound. Then you assign and play back the recorded performance to either a virtual instrument (in which case you should here sound from your computer) or to a real physical MIDI capable instrument (in which case you would here the sound coming from that real instrument instead of the computer).
The ends of the MIDI cables themselves are identical, not IN or OUT.
Yes. You can record the midi output to a track using bounce mode.
With you midi (or smf) file loaded into the midi tone generator,
press shift-bounce to enter bounce mode. Then arm a track for recording. Turn the fader up for that track, the master fader and the fader for the midi tone generator. Make sure than all other track faders are down or the tracks are muted (or empty) and press play and record. The midi song will be recorded to the track in real time. Just press 'stop' when done and exit bounce mode (by pressing the bounce button again).
Hi, I have the same audio interface.
Alright, make sure that all of your effects are turned off. you probably (and most likely) have the "fx voice", "amp drive", "chorus" and "delay" effects turned on (bottom row). There is no way you should have distortion with tremolo & reverb on playback all the same time without the effects being turned on. the pop ticking could be produced by the buffer size. If youre using Sonar LE, you should tweek the buffer size until playback sounds smooth.
I hope I helped! Good luck!
This is the Sony site choose Acid 5 and they have volumes of info.
Hope that helps.