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Subject: SOUNDCARD & BASSTATION PLAY TOGETHER...HELP !


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Original Message 1/2             18-Sep-97  @  11:10 AM   -   SOUNDCARD & BASSTATION PLAY TOGETHER...HELP !

luke.hodge

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i've just bought a novation bs and i've a pc with a db50xg and cakewalk pro audio 5. i
presume this is good enough to right dance and techno. i also have a midi keyboard.
my question is when assigning the novation to ch1 i still here the drum of my sound
card and not the noise from the novation, if i stick haedphones into the BS then i can
hear the sequence playing but how can i record the rest with the stupid drums being
controlled at the same time as the BS. HELP!! also what about delays i quatised a loop
from the BS but it wasn't in time at all. sorry to babble but im stuck cheers!! any other
advice would be appreasheated, thank you...



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Message 2/2             17-Jan-98  @  11:23 PM   -   RE: SOUNDCARD & BASSTATION PLAY TOGETHER...HELP !

(Tom Tvär) jaspis

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The problem that you're experiencing is the one
about local control.. Almost anyways. The thing
you have to do is to put the volume from the db50xg-soundcard to zero. There is a program that
controls all the different volumes. Put all of them
to zero except the input-line, the signal
from the Basstation..

[hope novation's got nothing against people answering..]

Hope it works now..

Chearz!



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