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Thread Soundcraft Studio Spirit 24 Ch. to my computer

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Rockscool Studios

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1 Posted on 01/06/2007 at 14:30:17
Hello fellow engineers,
I just purchased a great looking and sounding Soundcraft board. I am trying to hook it up to my computer. I purchased an EMU 0404 digital audio system sound card. My new board has Track send and returns on each channel (I believe this is for sending the signal to record). I know that I am supposed to monitor the speaker audio through the control room but what about recording? I attempted to record some vocals which already had a backing track but I could not get the backing track to play through the headphones while the singer sings. How do I hook this thing up?
Any help?
ra7or

ra7or

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2 Posted on 01/07/2007 at 05:40:09
play the track, send to headphones, meanwhile record vocals

it shouldn't be hard for a "fellow engineer" as yourself to do some basic mixer setup...
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