Question about Alesis Multimix 8 USB 8-Channel Mixer Spdif System

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Cant record vocals while listening to beat without the beat being recorded twice

I used to hook up an analog mixer to my computer and i could listen to the beat in my headphones and record to cool edit, now that i got this it records the beat while i do the vocals so its overlapping the beat twice. is there anyway i can get it to not record the beat while i record the vocals?

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  • Will Nice Jul 01, 2008

    YES! I am having this same problem. When recording into my computer through the usb port I can't listen to the other tracks without the multimix recording it in addition to the vocals.

    So when trying to just record the vocals it records anything being monitored (through the multimix), going into or coming out of the multimix.

  • Anonymous Oct 20, 2008

    same problem

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So how do i do it

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

I have the same probelm as da 1st guy,, when i record my vocals some how da beat sneaks into da mic too and fuccs it up.. seriously its ****

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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