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Old 10-07-2007, 10:13 AM
Johnny Cadelco Johnny Cadelco is offline
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Default Noise problems when recording

I have a Digi 002 RACK. My issue is everytime I record everything sounds good and smooth. But when I bounce a track or hear the track I just recorded, I hear noise and it's at certain times like it's clipping or something. But I even record at -18db and still hear noise especially when the bass comes in. I tried a test and recorded nothing at all and saw the what the track sounded like... and even with nothing recorded i hear like static throughout a none recorded track with nothing on it.


What's the issue I'm having here? any help is very much appreciated.

thanks!
Johnny C.
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