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Input Echo - audio feedback loop

I get a feedback loop when I switch on Input Echo, so I'm stuck only recording a single channel, or getting bleed over

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    After a track is recorded it'll bleed over to a new track.

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Do you record from
a) mic
or
b) line input ?

if a)
turn off your speakers, and use headphones.
or at least turn down the volume, and change the mics position (as far away from speakers as possible)

if b)
dont route the allready recorded channels to your master while recording (-> or mute them)

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