Sound coming through computer speakers instead of through fast track.
The sound will not go through the fasttrack so I can listen to my recording through my headphones. Instead the sound comes through the computer speakers. It still records my microphone though; so how do I fix this problem? Thanks
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Check your audio settings to make sure that it's going to the right driver.
goto: start -> control panel -> sound and audio devices
out of the 5 tabs, you'll want to pay attention to 2 of them, these are the "audio" and "voice" tabs. Make sure that your speakers on are the external sound system's drivers and not your internal sound card. (Basically, make your sound playback the same as your sound recording)
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Open up your computer to check usb connection make sure the connection is good and dust free or you might have to clean the dust using a fine air blower from a compressor making VERY sure that there is no MOISTURE in the air line specifically around the CPU central processing unit and your sound card dust causes static to build up in a computer causing it to overheat any many other problems be sure to wear an anti static earth strap before touching anything inside your computer hope this helps
I havent played with acid a lot... but this is what i can tell you... most of the softwares have configurable inputs... seems like your inputs are configured as stereo input and hence it will pick up the signal from both the left and right discreetly... which means that you would need to feed audio to both the channels for the meter to pump on both bars...The other option is to PAN the track center and not hard left right... this would get audio to both ears of headphone as well as the output meters... these are basically some of the few things tht will get u sound on both ears and bars... The bigger question here thoug is why do you want to record in stereo?? and not mono?
First thing is what operating system is on the computer.
Second is what does device manager say about the recording interface?
Third in audio properties from the task bar icon, what is the default device for recording?