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Old 01-24-2010, 11:29 PM
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I recently have started working at studio with an HD and I have only used LE before this. When I route a track out via a i/o buss to some hardware and then patch into another audio track to record the result, say drums through the great LA4 the studio has, the resulting track is out of phase with the original. I thought would not be the case with HD? Am I doing something wrong? Thank you!

Oh and I am also having horrible trouble with the studio's control 24 if anybody wants chime in on that thread.....over there in that forum...
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Old 01-25-2010, 02:11 AM
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I recently have started working at studio with an HD and I have only used LE before this. When I route a track out via a i/o buss to some hardware and then patch into another audio track to record the result, say drums through the great LA4 the studio has, the resulting track is out of phase with the original. I thought would not be the case with HD? Am I doing something wrong? Thank you!

Oh and I am also having horrible trouble with the studio's control 24 if anybody wants chime in on that thread.....over there in that forum...
Hi,

You have to use the "software inserts" to access outboard otherwise the signal will not be incorporated in the delay compensation.

you setup your routing for the inserts in the I/O setup page/Inserts
Then access the outboard through the plugins menu/inserts
Its all in the manual

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Thanks for the reply. But how do I print that track then, without having to run it through that processor every time?
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Thanks for the reply. But how do I print that track then, without having to run it through that processor every time?
Bus the track output to a new track and print.

(The insert is pre-fader)

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