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in Echo console
The phones output is Analog 1-2 and the line output is Analog 3-4. In the Echo console, you can choose between the Analog 1-2 bus and the Analog 3-4 bus in the upper right hand corner. In the Analog 1-2 bus make sure you have virtual output 3-4 muted. In the Analog 3-4 bus make sure you have the virtual output 1-2 muted. From within your audio application you can now assign your headphones output and your house (line) output.
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1. Open Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices.
2. Click 'Advanced' Button near the bottom.
3. Select proper sound system (Quadrophonic or surround sound) according to your speaker system. 4. Click 'OK'.
5. Also check volume.
6. Double-click Volume icon in taskbar.
7. Click Options > Properties (From menu) and select 'Playback'.
8. Select all Audio components.
9. Click 'OK'
10. Increase all the volumes.
Now try playing a sound. Good Luck!
After installing soundflower, it should show up like a virtual soundcard in your sound prefs. Send your audio output to the soundflower 'card' in sound prefs. Then use LineIn to route the outpout from soundflower to the Mbox like this:
u can try this , please update the driver update for the same issue and update the driver for the sound device or please unistall and reinstalle the sound drivers on the system, or do systemrestore if it was working some days back .... check the
Click Start , Run , and enter services.msc into the Open field.
A services window opens.
Scroll down the list of services and find Windows Audio.
Right-click Windows Audio and select Properties .
Select Automatic from the Startup type dropdown list, and click Start to start the audio service.
The e-mu sure can do it. You just run whatever output you want into the input on the sound board. The setup is exactly the same as if you just wanted to play winamp music on the system.
It's your computer that can't handle it. Computer only has one sound output, so you can't play two separate things in two separate instances of winamp, because the sound only comes out of one place on your laptop.
You can buy a second external sound card, like the SB Live External USB Sound card, and maybe run both at the same time, having one winamp output to the external device, and the other winamp output to the laptop's internal sound card device, then one line runs to your e-mu system and the other to a pair of headphones.
have you recently upgraded any part of your hardware, software or operating system? I had one of these for a powerbook 3 years ago. And i used the software monitor to control the output busses, but Believe 1 is intended for monitor out, and the other for main out. So, ideally unless your processor or sound generating application can handle sending 2 separate signals, 1 to each out ( like serato or torq ) that is normal operation.