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Steps to mix 4 tracks to a master track and not have it return to zero when i push record korg d888

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As the Fastrack can only receive one audio signal at a time you would have to record each track seperatly into Pro Tools.

I'm guessing your mixer is a multitrack recorder.

Solo track 1 on the multitracker and playback from there into the Fastrack, with track 1 on Pro Tools set to record. Repeat this for each or your tracks on the multitracker.

When you've finished you'll need to align all the tracks in Pro Tools so they all playback in time with each other.

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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when you are setting your midi track on the mpc are you changing to 2A-Device02 for the 2nd track? 3A-Device02 would be the 3rd track and so on. Let me know if that helps. you should make a new track for each instrument you record from the triton to the mpc, helps when dumping.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: still dont get it

Hi Mark.

Siorry, but because of a fault with the system I am not able to reach you on the other thread.

Normalizing tracks means leveling volume settings for a group of tracks or samples to mix or combine them together without troubles like the ones you got.

to normalise tracks you can use the function built in on the Korg studio, see normalize in the software help.

When operating on MIDIs also remember that MIDIs are recorded on different channel (example drums, guitar bass guitar).eg:bTd Aerosmith MIDI archive
When you use them on a sequencer, and you operate on the volume, ensure

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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After stepping on the scale to Activate your number (1-4), hold it down and it will say "reset" or (something to that effect), then Yes, or tap it once and it will say "no". If you want to reset, when it says "Yes", continue to hold it down, and it will then reset to zero.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: I have the 24 track Neo Digital Portastudio. I

Hi and welcome to FixYa!

May I ask if you have stored several songs on the unit? You may need to free some data or recorded songs for you to record a new one. If the files are all free but still you can't record then the problem can be on the unit itself. It may have reached it's break point and the only cure is a reset from the dealer.

Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

Posted on Nov 28, 2010

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Hi Mark.

Siorry, but because of a fault with the system I am not able to reach you on the other thread.

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When operating on MIDIs also remember that MIDIs are recorded on different channel (example drums, guitar bass guitar).eg:bTd Aerosmith MIDI archive
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