#1
I bought this mixer a little while ago called the Yamaha MW-10c.
I have checked, turnded the volume down to abou nothing, and recorded, there is no clipping when I just play through my mixer, but there is when I listen to it. The computer i'm recording of of has no functional sound card.

I was thinikng, whenever I playback something from my computer, the bars go all the way up, and it says i'm clipping, Is there a such thing as reverse clipping?
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#2
I will better explain the situation.
I record everyhing all fine, no clipping whatsoever, The clipping light isn't on in Cubase AI4.
I listen to it through headphones, whenever I leisten to it, the clipping light goes on in my mixer.
Since my mixer is my sound device and I am not using the computers sound outputs, Could it be clipping in playback? I've noticed this also when I was listening to Nothing Else Matters by Metallica.

Reverse Clipping? Anyone? Help?
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#3
yes it could be clipping during playback, check the volume on your mixer and whatnot.
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#4
How would I stop it from clipping during playback? What knob do I turn, There is this one called "Return" does that mean the sound coming back through the mixer to the speakers?

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EDIT: It would really help if I went to the recording computer wouldn't it?

EDITx2: What does 2TR mean?
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Last edited by timbit2006 at Mar 9, 2009,
#5
lower the levels on the computer, and if that doesn't work lower them on the mixer (master volume, gain, channel volume etc.)
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