Anyone Want To Help A Recording Novice?, Using Adobe Audition 3
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Nov 25 2008, 03:46 AM
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Nov 25 2008, 03:46 AM
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I received Adobe Audition as a gift from a friend to use for recording, but I can't figure out how to record sound. My problem seems to be more general, though, not necessarily with Adobe Audition.

I'll be recording through a Boss GT-10 pedal, but my brother was also going to record his keyboard. We we're going stream the audio through a USB 2.0 cable, but can't seem to get any sound. I was prepared to possibly switch a few settings around in order to have it read the USB cable, but I can't seem to do that for the life of me.

This is what I've been changing:



I can get a sound through Microphone and SPDIF, but it's through the microphone and sounds awful. I've tried putting it on Line-in, which seemed like the best choice, but got nothing. Tried the other methods and still no cigar.

Is there something else I should be looking at? My Audition audio hardware setup page looks like this:



I appreciate any helps or tips you guys may have! In the mean time, I'll keep tinkering and see if I strike gold. smile.gif

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Ramiro Delforte
Nov 25 2008, 04:22 AM
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Nov 25 2008, 04:22 AM
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Do you have a on-board audio card?
If you select line-in you should hear something when you play. Recently I've teaching digital audio to one of my particular students and she had a Sound Blaster Live that had NOTHING in the output because it didn't had a pre-amp. That could be one problem (that shouldn't happend but sometimes it do); if that's the problem you can check it by connecting a PC-speaker (those have a pre-amp).
Try connecting the guitar to the line-in and if you don't hear anything could be that the input is broken, also could be that you also don't have a pre-amp.
Those are a few tips.
From here is very difficult to run a technical support but also could be the driver configuration...try the other possibilities.
I hope some of those could help you. If they don't maybe if you add more pics of your setup something else occurs to me...
Good luck with the recording.

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Nov 25 2008, 05:15 AM
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Nov 25 2008, 05:15 AM
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Thanks for the reply.

After more tinkering, I found the problem... and I feel like an idiot. I was putting the GT-10 as the input, but wasn't selecting it in Audition as my source of input. No wonder it kept coming through the microphone and not my pedal. laugh.gif

I'm still tweaking a few things here and there trying to get the sounds I'm looking for, and I'll be sure to ask you good people here if I run into more trouble. smile.gif

Thanks.

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muntahunta
Nov 25 2008, 05:58 AM
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audition is a great tool. i use it with my POD X3, plenty of things to mess around with and its brilliant for begginer recrding

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Nov 25 2008, 02:01 PM
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You were using your integrated sound card instead of marking GT as your sound driver.

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