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|From boheraldchris on 02.12.2009, 06:24:
Wave In Recorder - bug
I am new to using Psycle.
I loaded up the machine 'Wave In Recorder' so I could record my drums with an external microphone. When the machine is alone and not connected to the Master, everything is fine. But once I hook it up to the Master, my speakers make a high-pitched screech for about half a second and then make a glitch-like noise. After this happens, Psycle freezes up and I have to use the Task Manager to close it. This happens regardless of whether I have it set up to record via Internal, External, or Stereo mix. Can anyone help me?
|From shadowbane on 02.12.2009, 06:46:
I think there is some magic trick you can use to make it work. Don't know what it is though. I use Audacity for my recording, and then use the sampler to play back the recording in Psycle.
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|From [JAZ] on 02.12.2009, 20:42:
Wave Recorder machine has some glitches, but generally it should work.
It was developed with ASIO, so using ASIO is probably the best way to use it.
With directsound should work (although may not be perfect) and with Waveout is not implemented.
Also, you should not use the Stereo Mix. I don't know what "Internal" and "External" is. Maybe that's the option for your microphone. Not sure.
(Btw, the options shown will be different if you use ASIO).
At last, while it is called "recorder", it doesn't record by itself.
You would need to use the record button of psycle and record live. If you don't need to apply live effects, recording with Audacity is a better option.
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