Pls help - Xenyx 2442fx / usb + cubase (Signal loops back ) + Hello all!

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Member Since: Feb 24, 2007

Hi guys!
Im new here as I was desperately searching for a good home recording forum where someone may know the solve for this prob.

I have a Behringer Xenyx 2442fx mixer with the included uca200 usb sound interface. (Just 2 in and 2 out rca's to usb).

The problem Im having is this>
I record tracks onto cubase no problem but I am getting a one off loop back signal. EG: doing a vocal track I can hear my vocal perfectly but then also get a looped splashback of it a second away! Very off putting.
This is not a latency issue but I think its to do with the way Ive set up.

Basically I have mic going into a mic channel.
The 4 rcs'c connected to the tape in and out on the desk go to the ins and outs of the usb. (laptop)

The only way I can get a signal in qbase to record at the same time as playing back my tracks is if I select the 'cd/tape' button...
Thats when I get the bounce...

Anyone have any idea what Im saying? Please help! :)


shakir @ sexbeatrecords . com

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Since: Feb 24, 2007

Feb 25, 2007 10:26 pm


Since: Dec 11, 2006

Feb 25, 2007 10:56 pm

well, WELCOME! first off

sorry no one got 2 ur reply too soon :( and im afraid im not goin to be much help.

but i do have this to say and i think everyone here already knows wut its gonna b

are u using cubase le and if so have u considered trying a new program. prettymuch everyone here knows i am no where near a fan of cubase. its just overly complicated! :(

Since: Feb 24, 2007

Feb 25, 2007 11:24 pm

Hiya :)
No Im using cubase vst/32 5.0.

I changed the way the sound is being sent from the usb to the mixer (its now going from the usb out rca's to a stereo channel on the desk but still have the same echoing back delay problem!
Driving me absolutely crazy!! :(

Since: Feb 24, 2007

Feb 26, 2007 12:49 am

ahaha jeez.. after almost going completely mad... it was as simple as muting the offending input channel on cubase!

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