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Bought this "GREAT PRODUCT" to record my songs with and I can never remember how to set things up whenever I need my PA system elsewhere. (My sound system also moonlights as my PA- it's a Fender Passport PA) So I have screwed around for hours again changing settings on the computer and such and still it will not record again. Would you guys have a diagram of how it should all be hooked up and what the settings on my computer should be- can't even get the Windows Sound recorder to work now- so I've really balled it up again. I have a Sound Blaster X-Fi sound card in the computer and once upon a time I could record OK. Another issue is that in playing the first track back to try and record my next- the first "bleeds" over to the second so that both instruments are heard on the track??!! Whats up with that?

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  • keithathome Jun 18, 2009

    What about all the connections? I think this is a large contributor to the problem.

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Hi,

I had the similar problem on my friends machine, we did a clean uninstall & reinstall of the entire thing.. Worked !

Else try contacting 'em for free & get some stats arount the package from :

http://www.dj-equipment-supplies.com/voyetra/recordproducerdeluxe.htm

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First if yout windows sound recoreder is not work then your drivers problem there.
First uninstall old drivers then install again.

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