delta 44

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Member Since: Feb 14, 2007

I have a delta 44 soundcard and i dont know if im doing it right. I have two krk v8s,a mackie onyx 12 mixer,a condenser mic. Do i hook the moitors directly to the outs or the soundcard? or the mixer some how? How can i get sound to come out of both sides of my headphones and be able to use the krk monitors at the same time? IM LOST! if anyone can help or has any setup ideas please help me if you can...thank you my email is elementlmc@aol.com

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Cone Poker
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Since: Apr 07, 2002


Feb 16, 2007 02:09 pm

yo. First off, the dela is not geared for use with headphones, and that may actually damage something, so don't do it. The delta is 4 mono ins and outs. So , how I hook it up is the outs of your mixer going into 1 and 2 of the delta, and if you have another bus then also to three and four. THe outs of the delta 1 and 2 going to your left and right speakers. The other two outs can be sed to go to like an external effects unit or mixdown deck or something.

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Since: Feb 14, 2007


Feb 17, 2007 07:28 pm

doesent answer my question,..what about the headphones?

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Since: Apr 03, 2002


Feb 17, 2007 08:19 pm

How are you plugging the headphones in? I assume you are plugging them in to the mixer, correct?

Do you have the Onyx 1220? Thats the only one I can find any info about.

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Since: Feb 14, 2007


Feb 18, 2007 10:00 pm

yes i plug the headphones into the 1220 and the krk monitors to the outs of the soundcard, i cant use my phones in stereo when i want to record vocals, because im using the outs on the krks..what do u think?

Cone Poker
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Since: Apr 07, 2002


Feb 19, 2007 10:22 am

I don't know that desk, but there should be a prefader headphones out. And I'm not sure how my first post didn't answer your question, but okey, elaborate.

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Since: Feb 19, 2007


Feb 19, 2007 07:15 pm

I used a Delta 44 with Cakewalk Pro Audio, and you could configure what the ins & outs were to do. But as I recall, they worked in pairs, so if you wanted stereo out on channel 1, that was really outs 1 & 2. Mono out was out 1 if you configured it to be mono out.

All about configuration, and lots of headaches with sound card configuration. Once you get it, you get it, but you have to mess around with every type of combination you can think of. I remember opening sound & audio devices in control panel alot.


www.TheLondonProject.ca
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Since: Feb 07, 2005


Feb 20, 2007 11:40 am

By default they are linked together as pairs. However if you go into the M-Audio control panel you can split the stereo pair by unchecking the check box that links the two (just below the faders).

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