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Author:  RZ [ Wed Jan 13, 2016 4:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Input to track

So, I'm wrapping up the instruments on my annual song. Last tracks are the drums. Stereo pair in to stereo pair out. Keep in mind, it's been a year. I arm the tracks, press record and play and perform the drums almost as flawlessly on beat as I could. When the song ends, I'm smiling that I did it in one take. Swung around on the drum throne and pressed stop on the 2400.

My favorite thing is to finally hear the song with all instruments in place. I press play and the song begins with no drums. Huh? I know I did everything accordingly. I proceed to retrack my connections. Aha! Inputs 7/8 are to my e-drums, inputs 5/6 are to my mixer (housing my 3 other stereo pair instruments: keyboard one and two and my Pod guitar/bass processor). I connected to 5/6.

A nice practice . . . . ](*,)

Author:  acoustic356 [ Wed Jan 13, 2016 5:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Input to track

Hah.. been there...

Author:  RZ [ Sat Jan 16, 2016 7:04 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Input to track

Figured I'd just continue this thread. Has a slight concern today. When I first set up the 2400 for this years song, I raised the last 4 input faders for effects. Today when adding effects, nothing worked. After a time I looked back at the input faders and they were all down. I had even saved the settings to a scene. Come to find out early on when saving the first scene, I accidentally hit the restore button instead of save. So the original settings weren't saved. They are now.

Author:  Byron [ Sat Jan 16, 2016 7:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Input to track

Hop on the learning curve again!!

If you did two songs a year this might not be necessary!!

Author:  RZ [ Sun Jan 17, 2016 2:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Input to track

Byron wrote:
Hop on the learning curve again!!

If you did two songs a year this might not be necessary!!


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