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Recording in Acid Pro 5

I have Acid Pro 5 and would like to record live music from an instrument... A am somewhat familiar with Acid Pro, but I cannot seem to get the rcording to go through on 2 channels. I am running my audio through firewire, on a Prosonus Firebox. Any ideas as to why I only get one channel when I record?

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  • MarkDono Mar 19, 2008

    Me too. I have a Presonus Firebox and can get only one channel (left side) to record in Sony Acid Pro. The same box works fine in Cubase LE. Perhaps the problem is with the Sony software?

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Are you plugging the instrument directly into the computer? If so you only have mono jacks from your bass, guitar so on and so forth! So in channel in only one to record! Try using a stereo microphone and record pointing at the amp. That way you will get stereo through your device. If that is not the problem make sure that the settings on the Prosonus is set to output stereo. And for most check all your plugs to make sure they are stereo inputs and outputs.

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