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All led's light up in my mixing desk

There is no output when I connect to the red (left) conection which is also connected to the mixing desk. When connected to the white (right) the lights just light up normally but I cannot record my voice.

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I moved the sound card to another slot in the PC and it seems to have worked although I cannot get my vocals to record if you can help I would be grateful.
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Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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Guitar plugged directly into LINE/GUITAR IN R using the 1/4" jack with the switch above it in the GUITAR position. You can use the INPUT R dial to adjust the input volume for this channel. The SIG/OL light should turn green when you strum the guitar.

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The LINE OUT dial adjusts the volume through the LINE OUT jacks. Make sure this isn't turned all the way down.

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Now if you turn on the Record Enable Button on your track and then press the Transport Record button, you should be able to record your guitar. Hit stop and then go to the beginning of the track and hit play. You should be able to hear what you just recorded. Don't forget that if the MON MIX dial is all the way to the left, you won't hear anything from your computer.

Well that is my Cubase LE / Tascam US-144 Getting started guide written by a newbie for newbies. May my pain and suffering alleviate some of yours. Good luck.

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