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tuppy68

tuppy68

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1 Posted on 11/27/2006 at 07:53:53
sorry should introduce myself im a guitarist and occassional keyboard player im just into creating some house stuff and some rocky stuff aswell thats the beauty of home studio you can just do whatever your in the mood for im running nuendo3 with tascam us122 and some alesis mk2 just a pretty basic system but seems to do the trick cheers and beers
soundsmith

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2 Posted on 12/06/2006 at 09:51:58
DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO GET BOTH MONITOR LEVELS GOING WHEN YOU FIRST CLICK ON IT TO START RECORDING. I CAN ONLY GET THE RIGHT HAND ONE. THE BUTTON FOR STEREO IS ON. SO IS THE BUTTON ON MY EDIROL EXTERNAL SOUND CARD. IVE ALSO CHANGED THE PHONO LEAD FOR THE OUTPUT SOUND . SO ITS NOT THAT.
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