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Help Anyone?? I was recording mixes onto Audition 1.5, Everything was connected correctly.  I connected rca cables from my (Booth Out) connection in the back of my mixer, To the Aux2 L-R in my computer tower.  Everything was running smoothly.  The next day I went to record so more, And It wasn't recording any signals from my records??  I don't know why??  I really didn't mute anything on the software.  Would you know why it isn't recording any signal??

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  • Grusm1 Feb 01, 2008

    I tried didn't work. I don't think thats the prob!!

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Hi there Grusm,
It seems from what you have wriiten, your recording setttings have gone back to playing mode on your computer. Try the followings see if it sorts the problems you are having:-

  • Click Twice or so on the speaker on the right hand side of START manu at the bottom right hand. A speaker volume control panel will open up displaying volume control,wave,sw synth,phone line,Aux volume,video volume, mic volume,line In and audio in.
  • Make sure on the bottom of this panel volume is not ticked muted. if it is untick it.
  • On the top Manu you Options and Help. Click on Options
  • Select properties and Click on it, when it opens up change the setting from Playback to Recording by clicking in the round ring in front of the Recording sign. once you done that you can select the controls on the volume control panel to your requirement. Keep this volume panel minimise it while you are recording the sound, so if it needs altering you have it there infront of you at the bottom on the start manu. I hope this helped.

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