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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 1:19 am 
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newbie here; much valuable info on this board. where have i been?

when i'm recording, sometimes i still hear instruments i'm recording in headphones even though faders are down. not always sometimes. (usually by the third take or so.) this is not good when recording drums over sequences. i don't need to hear drums in the cans, just the sequence.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 1:49 am 
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Welcome, Brian. Always good to see a new face here. Other folks will be along shortly to offer more help, but here's one thing to consider: the physical faders do not necessarily reflect the actual volume level *if* you're using a scene. Be sure to use the VIEW button to check the fader/volume settings as actually saved in a scene.

You might also want to let us know what you've checked so that the good folks here can be more specific in their suggestions.

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Whatever channel you don't want to hear may be turned off in the monitor screen.

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Welcome to the forum Brian.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 7:42 pm 
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thanks for the help guys. let me elaborate on the problem a little. when i record my drums while monitoring another track or two, i don't hear my drums in the cans because faders are down. while i listen to my take, i raise faders a bit, and maybe add eq, compression, just to see if i like my choices,(gear, parts, vibe, etc.)
When i go to record another take, i lower the faders and probably bypass the verb. when i record, i hear the drums in the cans even though the faders are down. have i inadvertently created a scene? if i mute the tracks that i'm trying to record, they won't record correct? same with input right?


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No, you wouldn't have inadvertantly created a scene...you would have to do that expressly...you'd know if you did. But there may be a scene in memory anyway, like your initial scene being called at the start of the song.

Anyway, there's a difference between the physical fader and the logical fader position. When you have the problem, look at the track to see what the logical fader position is. Sometimes you have to push the physical fader beyond the logical position to get the physical fader to take over.

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