Question about Tascam US-322-USB 2.0 Audio Interface with DSP
I get stereo sound out of the phone jack of the synthesizer. But when I connect the synth into the Tascam US-322 (left line out to left input / right line out into right input) and record using Audacity, the result is a mono sound.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem..but its not that big of a deal
just switch it to "mono" on your interface
that should do it!!
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
SOURCE: can't record in stereo
I have a tascam 144 that came with cubase. I am not able to figure out Cubase either. I am a beginner and am trying to record my yamaha electric drum set with it. so far no luck at all.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
SOURCE: Tascam dp-01fx
Problem solved!! 1 mic and 1 guitar into each input, and make sure you've selected the correct input on MULTI A or B switch...remember set up A first sy on the left input, then set up B on the right input. Obviously, you can only do them 1 at a time.
As regards to your error message (50) it is a possibility that you have to create a new song first then save it at which point you will nam it. The recording has to be longer than 4 seconds though to make a title!!.
Does this help both of you
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
You should always work in wav format if possible because there is a loss of quality with mp3 which is a compression format in which bits are lost in order to compress the file size.
There are a number of wav editors available which will allow you to load a stereo wav and then save it as a mono wav. The free one I use is called Audacity.
When working with FL or Reason I will sometimes import files to the Tascam, or I will take the outputs from my PCs sound card and line them into the tacams inputs and record them live. I only tend to do this with programs (like synths) where I am using an external midi keyboard and can play live what I want to record.
With basic drum pattern tracks I'll usually create them on the PC, save as wav, convert to mono, and then import to a track on the Tascam.
hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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