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Old 09-12-2013, 05:06 AM
kjxtreme kjxtreme is offline
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Default Yamaha 01v96i and PT9

I just picked up the Yamaha 01v96i to be used with PT9 on Windows 7 64bit. All the research says it should work. I've tried Yamaha and they say the settings are correct and I do get sound from the computer via USB. So far, it's a $2400 sound card. I've set all the inputs and outputs to USB. I've switched the driver to the 01v96i. I clicked default on the I/O section of PT. It shows the channels 1-16 and all the busses. I enable record and...nothing. No signal into PT. I look at the 01v96i and the signal is getting to the preams but no level on the board (which I assume because is not receiving a level from PT). I need some help.
Windows 7 64bit
Motu Untralite
Yamaha 01v96i
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