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Magix MusicMaker 2004

1)when i record the timing dosnt match up, it seems every track is ahead of the other and this is a mess when you have to try and match them up.
2)why cant i hear what im recording in real time as i'm recording?

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  • Spitchaos Apr 04, 2008

    Yea i'm Recording live instruments. we recorded dums first (to one track) then when recorded the guitar the timing is off, i fixed it by moving it manualy but when we recorded bass it did it again and this is kinda a pain an time consuming, and the other question you answered, It will play back i want to listen to real time, like as i'm recprding the instrument. Thanks for trying to help me and if you have any other input i would be more then happy for ant help!

  • tony_val4 Sep 29, 2008

    ya this is ********. the timing sucks. how do i fix it?

  • sopgetmoney Nov 23, 2008

    timing is off when recording vocals and it wont record through the right side

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If you are running Vista you may be able to use the compatibility wizard to change the settings of you operating system. Just open it up and select the operating system that it was ment to run on. For example, if it was made for xp then change the settings to xp. You can find the compatibility wizard on your windows help menu. I have seen this work and I have seen it fail. It all depends on other settings. I know it is frustrating, I had to deal with it for months.

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