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4+ Channel Mixer from Behringer belonging to the Pro Mixer series.

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Help me with my recording setup!!!!!



I've been in the online podcasting for a while, I recorded some mixes using virtual dj and uploaded to my page, recently I bought a Behringer DJX750 and a UCA222 recorder from the same brand, I use a configuration of a Y-cable which is connected to my headphones outlet from my laptop using VDJ as my "CDJ's or track source" configured to split each deck to the L/channel and thr R/channel to my mixer, and in the boot oulets from the mixer I plugged in my recorder and connected to my laptop via USB, so thing is that the I needed to use an ASIO configuration to record my mixes to my laptop using a software (right now I'm using FL Studio 10 and use Edison to record) but it doesn't want to record!!!! help fast plzzz:|:(
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