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How Can I Hear Effects During Recording?

Article ID: 1078
Last updated: 17 Aug, 2012

Some sound cards or USB devices have a way to monitor the live recording independent of Mixcraft.

However, if you"d like to hear the effects during recording, you"ll need to disable the sound device"s monitoring and use Mixcraft"s monitoring system.

For example, if you are making a weird recording of your voice and would like to hear the echo or delay while recording, you"ll need to turn on monitoring.

You"ll need to enable Mixcraft"s monitoring and disable any sound card"s built in monitoring.

To turn on Mixcraft"s monitoring, click on the small arrow to the right of the arm button and select "Monitor Incoming Audio."

Monitor Incoming Audio

Note that you may be fighting latency versus non-gapping audio by enabling monitoring.

Article ID: 1078
Last updated: 17 Aug, 2012
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