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Can't record in stereo

Hi, i just bought the tascam 122l and i'm not able to record vocals in stereo. i could not use cubase as i just didn't understand it. but i am using audacity. i read where the 122 has problems is this a machine problem for not doing stereo.. im considering taking it back for the yamaha go46 i believe is the name. i am a beginner by the way. thanks

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I have a tascam 144 that came with cubase. I am not able to figure out Cubase either. I am a beginner and am trying to record my yamaha electric drum set with it. so far no luck at all.

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