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Multi track recording

When I try to record a second track, the sound from the 1st track automatically is registered on the second and so on. Third track has 1st and 2nd behind. Doesn't matter if I'm running a direct line or not. I've tried everything I can think of to get this to stop but with out luck.
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  • acousticdave Feb 06, 2008

    Thanks... didn't work.

    Maybe you don't understand... I record track 1 no problem. When I'm trying to lay down track 2, track one automatically records on track two along with what I'm trying to put on 2 by its self, so I've got BOTH tracks on 2 now. Then when I try to lay down track 3, I get a mix of track 1 (which is a single instrument), track 2, (which is a mix of track one plus what I recorded on track 2 and what I've just tried to record on track 3.

    As stated before, this happens either mic'd or line... whether or not I'm actually trying to lay down a track... all I have to do is hit record and it records all previously laid down tracks on the new track.

    I hope this clears my issue and you can help! Thanks for your response!

  • JimmyJam923 Aug 08, 2008

    I had the same problem when plugging directly into the soundcard with either the guitar or a mic. I installed a Tascam USB based audio interface and I no longer have that problem. The problem is with the computers soundcard, it wont allow playback and record at the same time.

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I suggest that you should pause recording every after since it will overwrite the previous songs.that's it!!

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