Adobe Audition 3 Help

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Member Since: Mar 05, 2009

Hello all, first time poster.

I've got (possibly) a simple question for some people with more experience than I do with recording at home.

I have a Line6 TonePort that I use for all of my input sounds (guitar, bass, etc.) and I want to be able to set the Input as my Line6 TonePort, but have my output set as my sound card (terrible decision I know, but I'm lacking headphones at the moment).

Anyways, I am able to set my input as Line6 but it also sets the output as Line6.

How do I do this?

Thanks for the help guys (and gals).

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Czar of Turd Polish
Since: Jun 20, 2006

Mar 05, 2009 04:42 pm

Using ASIO you cannot do this. This is not adobe specific but ASIO specific.

You're best option (without monitors or headphones) is to route the line 6 1/2 out using 2 1/4" plugs that merges into a singal 1/8" jack . Plug that into the line in on your soundcard.

Crank the output on the line6 and use your PC speakers volume control to adjust main level.

Prince CZAR-ming
Since: Apr 08, 2004

Mar 05, 2009 05:25 pm

Would CEP use WDM drivers. WDM doesn't care who it plays with

< how naughty >

Since: Jul 02, 2003

Mar 06, 2009 02:56 am

Audition 2 & above use ASIO only, so WDM isn't really an option. You could try using ASIO4All or AA's ASIO wrapper which would use the WDM driver at the expense of some additional latency. Best option is to try CptTripps suggestion.


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