#1
Well im using a onboard realtek hd soundcard and asio4all drivers.So,im pretty okay with my tone and latency is damn great,but theres something else,how the hell do i balance the sound with the backing track? And i noticed something that sound increases in certain parts of the songs DDD Thats ridicilous i mean,how do i do these things i cant find anything about these things.Should i use cubase for the sound balance? Is that why they use cubase for recording? Cuz im using the recorder of guitar rig forgot to mention DDD

https://clyp.it/ve0hy5f1#  Here you can see the increase in 0:36 and 0:46.Everything is on 0 db should be balanced but thats how it sounds  
Last edited by grunge7851 at Jul 9, 2017,
#3
Thank you for the reply,i will try it with cubase asap.But is there any source that i can learn recording properly? like for covers and stuff.
#4
It depends what you want to do. There are audio engineering schools and audio engineering tutorials online. Start off with Youtube and see what you can do with the free lessons.
I originally bought a book on Sonar (that's what I was using) after using 4 track and 8 track cassette portastudios and running live sound and sound at band practices.
It really depends how far you want to take it, there are engineering schools, etc.