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Thread How do record with Focusrite Pro40?

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Sarmatian

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1 Posted on 08/14/2013 at 10:33:16
I've successfully managed to install it on my pc, connected the mic but can't seem to get any input/output sound. Can I record with the mixer program supplied or do I have to use a daw like cubase or adobe audition?
Sarmatian

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FocusriteNovationSupport

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3 Posted on 10/24/2013 at 09:01:30
Hi Samartian,

Thanks for your thread.

What is your OS and which version of Saffire Mix Control have you installed?

Have you tried using another mic / instrument / cable / input?

Saffire Mix Control is not a DAW for recording audio such as Cubase and Adobe Audition. You may want to check our answerbase for tutorials.

Please let me know, if I can be of any further assistance to you.

With best regards,

Marcel // Support Engineer
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