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Hallo i have cubase sx3 I can get my backing music onto track one via importing it from docs - no problem - how do i increase the volume on record as the tracks from vocals dont come out loud at all , the input meter is only just visable . how do i bring the recording level up, thankyou, so the basic problem is where do i find the record input channel adjustment,

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You must adjust the record level from the input device - i.e. mixer or soundcard. There is no input level control within Cubase. It is often the case, however that the problem lies with the backing track being too loud.

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