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?
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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I don't know if this will help, but the Magix software I use create their own set of files. You can see these in the folders it will create for your project. I would specify another folder - create one - for each project or recording, that might solve the problem.
you've hit the nail on the head mate. It's your driver settings,you just need to change them. but first i need you to check something,coz when you install MAGIX it also installs it's own AOSIO drivers & VST-DX Adapter Light. but because you've up graded/dated windows these mite have changed,moved or even gone. so open magix music editor 2.0 from the program files / magix then open a new project,click on the red OPT record button then choose your settings. what are your options in the RECORD DEVICE AND FILE PATH drop down? let me known @ email@example.com
1rst- Maybe you choose the incorrect metronome. On analog audio record use your default audio card metronome and on MIDI audio record, use MIDI metronome! 2nd- Check your memory video card & remember your computer speed is as fast as the lowest speed component on it. Pardon my poor English!!!!
You certainly let the microphone or audio out volume during recording. when you record from external source it is better to cut the volume master volume unchecking it in the window mixer .
when no sound it amplifies itselfs and do a "larcene" I do not know how you spell it in english. a mini effect like a micro doing that horrible noise when .. I thing you know what I mean.. :)
if not this, its a rca problem of quality of the cables, or the cables pass close to an adapter, I've got this problem 'cos I have 2 mixtables chained and the cable was passing over the power supply of one of my cpu.
the problem is you are only recording on one side if you are using only one source, try using dual mics (with a audio interface with at least 2 inputs) or just record your tracks in stereo, then change the playback prefference to mono for listening purposes, then change back to stereo before mixdown