Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2012 10:51 AM (in response to Lucas626)
Just to be clear on the concept of multi-track recording.
You can draw car and bicycle on one painting and hang it on the wall. If you want to give the drawing of the car to a friend and keep the the drawing of the bicycle to yourself - you cannot do that, they are on the same picture.
However, if you have painted the car on a separate painting and the bicycle on a separate painting, then you can give the car painting away and keep the bicycle.
Same thing with MULTI-track
You have to record your instruments and vocals on "separate" tracks. As you said, you are aware of the different signals with your USB interface. The next step is to figure out the proper "routing", which means how to direct the different signals to different tracks.
Another question, do you use MultiTrack Mode when you are recording and enabling separate tracks?Hope that helpsEdgar Rothermich
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Currently Being ModeratedNov 30, 2012 11:10 AM (in response to Edgar)
I figured it out, well you helped too ;p, but I realized that on my audio interface I had selected the wrong option. Its too bad I cant cut the painting in half and glue them to new canvas' though....
thanks alot for the quick response!!!