#1
if i wanted to use a cheap audio interface as well as my soundcard/mixer for recording into mixcraft or reaper at the same time.
i want to do
guitar--->toneport or something--->software
drums,vox,misc--->mixer--->soundcard--->software
if i arm 2 tracks two record can i set one for my guitar and one for whatever else is playing? i wont have to run anything other than my guitar through the toneport?
- Cody


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Last edited by crice6505 at Jul 19, 2011,
#2
I don't think so. Most software can't seem to handle to separate audio inputs simultaneously, but it can't hurt to try. You may get lucky.
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#4
I applaud anyone who could translate that into English.
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#5
So you want to run your mixer into the mic input of your computer while only the guitar is going through the Toneport? Is that what you're asking?

Is it Possible? I don't think so. I could be wrong, but I believe when you select the Toneport as your input, only that input will be working. I don't think you can have both the Toneport and computer mic input on at the same time. Again, I could be wrong as I'm unfamiliar with how Windows handles these things.
#6
darn ok, looks like im gonna have to go out and get an actually nice slightly expensive interface
- Cody


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What a faggot, do a few lines of cocaine and have a shot of whiskey or 5 if you want to study right