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Your a guru so i posted this again directly to you lol

Lol ok well my mixer is hooked to my pc through my sound card i was told the lcd lights are supposed to light up but even if i yelled in my dynamic mic i barely get the first line lighting up here are my settings..
gain is at just over half compression is 3/4 green light bla dont matter i know how to muck with them the big white one under those is just over half my effects are on my phatom button is not pushed red knob under that? dunno monitor phones is just over half monitor mix is at half to stereo to monitor button is up and my stereo butoon the big red one is at 3/4 isnt the lights spose to flash up more? lol i dunno and ty

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  • cazzaa Apr 09, 2008

    yeah i seen the quide will give it a bash ty

  • cazzaa Apr 10, 2008

    robo i think i may know whats wrong i have the mixer going to line on my comp and thats it should i have line out as well to go back into mixer? someone told me that may cause a loop?

  • cazzaa Apr 10, 2008

    well im gonna run the music from my comp into the mixer mic is in the mixer and then record it back on the comp so i need a line out from comp into the 7/8 line in on mixer is that right? someone trold me you cant run a line out and in on same soundcard?


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Hi, did you get the other post? Sent you a quick start to identify the gain control that you may need to use.

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Apr 10, 2008

    If you want to hear what you have done played back from the computer,yes then you need to hook line out from the comp to "2 track in" on the mixer an adjust your volume with "monitor mix" level. Turn it down again before you record but:) it will feedback


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