How do I get levels From Adobe to mixer?

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Member Since: Sep 10, 2007

I Have a mackie 1402 Vlz Pro... connected to a M-Audio Delta PCI sound card. I have everyting connected where I can record but I just can't get levels from the computer to the mixer. SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Since: Apr 03, 2002


Sep 10, 2007 09:51 am

How is everything wired? Why do you want levels going from your computer to your mixer? Shouldn't it be going from the mixer to the sound card then out to the speakers?

bace135 in the house tonight!
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Since: Jan 28, 2003


Sep 10, 2007 02:36 pm

Connect output 1/2 from the delta to whatever inputs you want on your mixer, and then open the delta control panel (the little M in your system tray - bottom right hand corner of screen). There should be a routing option that says something like send main outs to outs 1/2. Or something like that. I'm at work and can't see it right now, so I'm trying to remember off the top...

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Since: Sep 10, 2007


Sep 11, 2007 08:11 pm

Say if I'm doing a voiceover... in school I was able to record the music on track 1 and then while laying down my vocals on track 2 I was able to here the music out of my head phones from track 1... if I'm explaining that correctly... this is how I have it set up... I have my Mainouts to my in's and I have my out's on the card to a channel on the mixer... I hope that's enough info... thanks alot for responding

bace135 in the house tonight!
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Since: Jan 28, 2003


Sep 11, 2007 08:18 pm

if it's set up like i think you have it set up, you will also record your first take (being played back from the computer) along with your new take in the second track of audtion. the reason being that when you send it into a channel on your mixer, its combing with the new take before entering the input on your m audio card. does that make sense. you will need to have an insert or direct outs on your mixer. What kind of mixer are you using.

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Since: Sep 10, 2007


Sep 11, 2007 09:41 pm

I'm using A Mackie 1402 Vlz pro

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