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What kind of sound editing would I use a multitrack recorder for?

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Any editing that you would do with sound, be it mixing music, or editing a video's audio track you would use a multitrack recorder. Most commonly you would see people useing multitrack recorders to edit instrument recordings together.

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What is the real purpose of the adobe audition?


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In have an new HP and instulled Audio Audition 1.5 while in multitrack view and am trying to record, I get a "Device ID out of range message" I've tried mostly everything.


Wow, it sounds like you didn't set up a device in the mixer for stereo input, or Adobe deadpanned that you wanted to record mic in and didn't ask to fix that going into multitrack. I've seen that often enough teleconferencing from WinXP swapping audio devices in and out, but by Windows 7 and 2011...this is a surprise. Just activate the appropriate line in in the input mixer in Windows (or more likely, your multitrack input mixer's controls.)

Surely this isn't it, and Adobe wants you to walk through the input level test modules first?

Mar 13, 2011 | Adobe Audition 3 for PC (22011292)

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Error code 3


Straight out of a Tascam 2488 manual...

When editing tracks, you have selected the
same track as both source and destination
for a duplicate operation.

Press EXIT and try again.

Jan 20, 2011 | Tascam 2488 Portastudio Multitrack...

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Want to copy files from Tascam 788 to IMAC's Garage Band


The problem is thus. You have a multitrack recording saved in a format that your portastudio recognizes and you want to use it on your imac. If you can copy the file to the imac as a file, a translator, if one is available, will make it usable by the mac. You won't be able to play it and record on the imac because maintaining the recording as multitrack would require one output from the portastudio and one input on the imac for each recorded track.
Bummer dude. The kluge method would be to play/record 2 tracks at a time (or however many outputs and inputs are available) and hope for some semblance of time alignment, after which you can fine tune it and then start your editing.

Apr 09, 2009 | Tascam Electronics - Others

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Tascam stopped while I was recording and NO FREE DISC came on the screen


It sounds like your hardrive or other media storage on you multitracker is full. You must have done alot of recording. Go to your manual and read about how to transfer your work to your computer. It should be USB transfer. Or burn your files to disc if your unit has a burner. If you beileve this message is an error message of some kind and your multitracker is still under warranty, call tascam immediately. I had a problem with a unit like yours and it took a long time and calling them til they actually sent me a new one. Good Luck

Feb 21, 2009 | Tascam DP01 All-In-One Recording Package...

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No sound in edit view


Well, the settings in edit view and mutitrack view are not, unfortunately, the same... you can set them the same, but it's not that way by default.
I haven't used 1.5 in a while, but my initial guess is that one of these are true:
  1. You've muted audio play-back on the edit view
  2. You've disabled monitoring on edit view
  3. The playback source in edit view is set to the wrong hardware.
  4. I believe there was a playback volume controle even in 1.5.  If so, you could have actually turned the volume all the way down for playback..
If I get a chance later this afternoon, I might try reinstalling 1.5 and seeing if I can get figure it out on that version.
Post back with your results so far.
Also, it'll be helpful to know what version of Windows you're using.  In Windows Vista, there's a volume mixer where you can control the volume for any open applications as well as Windows sounds - different than the typical mixer setup in XP and prior.

Jan 06, 2009 | Adobe Audition 1.5

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I cant record nor play while in Multitrack View, i can only play while in edit view ...? This is for adobe audition 1.5 ? Anyone know whats going on ???


Need more detail: 1. What sound card are you using?  - You need to make sure the correct hardware is selected as your record and playback types.  For instance, if you have more than one sound card, you could have easily the default one setup, but you really need your recording one - such as an ASIO driver - such as for external USB mixers.
2. What version of Windows?
My best guess is the hardware setup is off.  You have to have the correct hardware setup for Audition to see it.  Wave view and Multitrack view have diferent settings, each, so you have to set them up separately.

Dec 30, 2008 | Adobe Audition 1.5

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While recording through firewire solo cannot hear input but hear


  1. What version of Audition?
  2. What version of Windows - or other OS?
  3. Edit View and/or Multi-Track view issue?
  4. Are you recording in Multitrack view, then listening in Edit view?  Each has its own hardware setup..
My best guess is that one of these thigns are true:
  1. You have not enabled monitoring
  2. In multitrack view, I believe you have to send each signal to the master, and then enable monitoring for the Master... but I can't remember for sure.
Post back to let us know

Nov 24, 2008 | Adobe Audition 1.5

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