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Old 05-28-2013, 06:43 PM
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Default Eleven Rack with sonar x2 HELP!!!

Hey everyone,
I just acquired an Eleven rack and I'm using it as an interface to record guitar tracks in Sonar X2... I'm using the Threadplate patch and it sounds great in the monitors, however I push record and it records as clean guitar?? How Do I get the distorted guitar in my monitors to record??

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Default Re: Eleven Rack with sonar x2 HELP!!!

you need to choose the correct input. I have no idea how Sonar lists the inputs, but in Pro Tools, Guitar is the DRY guitar, and Eleven Rig is the effected sound.
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