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Whenever i record through my yamaha MW10c i get a large amount of hiss background noise and the actual instrument i'm recording is quiet, like the signal is weak but i can't get it to be any more present. I'm recording through the cubase program provided with the MW10c. Whne i record directly into the computer, bypassing the mixer, the signal has no hiss, so it is most definitely not my equipment.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: delay problem
Not sure how you are defining delay. Are you recording to the hard drive using the sound card as inputs? Are you listening to the speakers while you are recording or are you playing a recording back and there is delay or echo in that? PLease let me know
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Make sure that in the control panel of Windows, "Sounds and Devices" under the "voice and recording" tab, the Yamaha mixer is shown as the device for both voice recording and playback.
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
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