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Recording vocals while the music tack is playing simultaniously

Hi i have just bought soundforge audio studio to record vocals over my music i have created using programs like fuity loops.I can import my track and play it, and i can record vocals whilst no track is playing but i cannot seem to record while the track is playing (simultaniously) any helpyou can offer? cheers Luke

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Im haveing the same situation i can not record my vocals on the track that plaing to record on any help out there.....

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It's not supported on that or any earlier sony software that I know of. have you tried running the program twice (simultaniously) and playing on one while recording on the other then mixing the tracks together after??

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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