A (hopefully) easy question for anyone with an 1820M and some clue about
using it (unlike me at the mo!):
I have a pair of turntables going through a DJ
mixer and want to record mixes using Wavelab. On my old system it was dead easy - only one
input. Now, having connected the mixer output to the 1820M IN1 L/R and selected a send to
WAVE on the channel strip for IN1 L/R, I can record in Wavelab at 44.1 and 48kHz. If I try
to select a higher sampling frequency though the WAVE option in the inserts menu doesn't
Having read the manual I get the feeling it might be something to do
with ASIO drivers (whatever they are). I tried selecting this option as an insert send and
have selected just about every combination of ASIO ins & outs but can't get anything to
register on the meters in Wavelab. Any ideas anyone?
Cheers Pink Thought it was something I was doing wrong! Do I have to update via the net? I
haven't got a modem on my new PC. Could I download them on my old PC, put them on a CD and
then install them on my new PC from the CD?
One thing to remember, before settling down to record, is to decide on sampling rate
first. Then start a PatchMix session at that sample rate, THEN start Wavelab or
whatever. This is a pain, but ho hum. I'm new to emu 1212m and the useful tip I
worked out was to put a send to WAVE L/R HOST in the main mix insert strip. If this
send is before reverbs then recording will be dry and monitoring will be wet. Of
course it gets a lot more complex / flexible on your 1820M as you have a phones output
configurable in PatchMix.
I've looked for an "ASIO for dummies / geniuses"
article in SOS, but cannot find one. Any pointers anyone?
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