Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 6:09 PM (in response to mhp1980)
Assuming you created 4 different Mono Audio tracks and set a different input for each track... Did you then arm all four tracks at the same time by clicking on the 'R' in each track header before you tried to record?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2013 1:54 PM (in response to The Art Of Sound)
Correct. A important thing to mention. I created the four track with mono input and I did also remember to arm the R bottom on each track. Otherwise it is not possible to record at all. :-) Do you maybe have a Dynacord interface yourselfes?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2013 5:35 PM (in response to mhp1980)
Unfortunately I do not have a Dynacord..
I was simply making sure the standard way of doing things, wasn't working...
I cannot think of any reason it won't record all four tracks at the same time if all four R buttons were highlighted in red... Usually with other interfaces, it is that simple.
All I can think of, given you are using Logic correctly, is your Dynacord drivers are not working correctly.
What is odd is that you can hear all four channels through Logic yes?
Logic's meters are showing movement on all four tracks yes?
You just cannot record all four at the same time?
When you arm just one track, does it work normally? For example, Can you record track 2 instead of track 1?
Finally, did you install the latest drivers for the Dynacord as discussed in this thread?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 6, 2013 3:11 PM (in response to The Art Of Sound)
Hi The Art of Sound,
First of all.... Thanks alot for your help.
I am working in Belgium at the moment and my power mixer is at my home in Denmark at the moment. As far as I remember there where movement in the meters on track with input 1 and 2 and not 3 and 4. Anyhow it did not matter which jack I plugged my cables into in the power mixer?? Talking about odd!! :-)
True. I cannot record all four track at the same time and I am not completely sure which jack I have to use in my power mixer (jack 1 -10)
When I arm one track the meters is reacting properly so there is for sure a connection between the computer and the powermixer. (read: The driver seems to work properly) I cannot record two different instruments on two different tracks at same time, but I can record as many tracks as Logic allows using the same instrument if input is set as either input 1 or 2. If the track is set to input 3 or 4 the meters do not react.
I have installed the latest driver. I made the reply in above mentioned thread my selfes. :-)
Hope you can help me?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 6, 2013 3:48 PM (in response to mhp1980)
You should be able to record two different mono instruments by panning Input 1 hard left and Input 2 hard right. (on the mixer) This will give you the separation you need.