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Recording not right

when I plugged my band's 5 mics into the mixer and the mixer into the uca202 and to my computer to record, I got a recording that was skipping or jumping a few seconds (like a broken CD that jumps a few seconds and keeps playing), it felt like the recording couldn't keep up; I must have done something wrong. Some tunes only had like 3-5 skips, but others like 15 or more. What can I do???

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Re: recording not right

He said the 5 parts were mixed , and then the mixer output connected to the input of the UCA202, so that is just one input , there should not be a problem.

you could try ASIO4ALL, but iv got the UCA202 and the noise coming from it is terrible with cubase sx and logic 8......

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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Re: recording not right

Check the recording buffer latency on your recording software. And so you know, you should max your ram out with that soundcard. or have everyone record there parts in as, 5 ins is alot for a machine to process, especially if youre recording to 1 track..brutal, and the final recording will be real muddy.

Keep me posted.

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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I presume you are going in through the mic socket on the audigy?
If so the most likely cause is a mismatch between the mic and the mic amplifier on the card, they are designed for cheapo condenser mikes that have a fairly high output.

Also make sure you disable any inputs that ar'nt in use to minimize noise.

If you have the Mike plugged into the line in you have it in the wrong socket.

The best way to get a good result is use an external mic amp or mixer and go in through the line in. Again make sure you disable any inputs your not using (in the computer mixer) and turn down any sliders on the external mixer that ar'nt in use to minimize noise.

If you'r still having problems get back to me with a more detailed description of your setup, whats plugged into where etc...

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