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Can not record vocal and guitar at the same time

I can record only vocals when I have it set to inst/mic. I've tried everything. I have it set to inst/mic in mono mode and I have 2 mono tracks open in Sonar LE one set to right for the guitar and the other set to left for the vocals. The only time I can record guitar is when its set to input only in cpu mode.......this is driving me nuts PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!

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The monitoring switch should not affect the recording at all. Maybe you have a defective mic?

Does it record from the line input if you set it to Line In mode?

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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