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Garage band will not recognize the lexicon until I remove and re-plug in the usb. Then no sound will come out of the garage band, either while recording or playing back, and the record volume slider on the lower right wont move from zero. This does not occur to existing garage band files if I pull up garage band with lexicon attached. Its not recognized till I unplug and re-plug. I am going into the lexicon line one and two with left and right lines from a cassette deck (to digitize my tape). i can hear the audio in the lexicon unit with the earphones, and the audio is showing up on the recording bars. I'm going into a mac with at least the requirements for not needing to load up a driver.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Lexicon lambda no sound during playback

you mean the line that shows you the recording is straight??
if it is then you did not recorded properly

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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SOURCE: lambda doesn't record, though it seems ready to go

you need to go to the "control panel" on your computer.....click on sounds and audio devices, then hit the "audio" tab...make sure the lambda is selected on the recording and playback device....then apply...this should take care of it

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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There is a major design flaw with the Omega. The ribbon cable touches one of the power tabs that tends to get very hot. this causes the ribbon cable to melt and damages it.

If you open up the case you will se it straight away.

If it is under warranty take it in to be repaired. It is a simple repair and should cost yo nothing.

Otherwise buy a new ribbon cable (I'm guessing most computer shops would sell them). Rplace the old cable with the new one then insulate the new ribbon cable (with electrical tape or something stronger) where it touches the power tab.

I also drilled a few holes in the top and sides of the case (do this carefully as the case is weak).

Be aware tho that drilling holes or altering the case will void your warranty.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I Installed the Lexicon Lambda and followed all of

You will need to go into your sound properties, you can do this by clicking on the speaker Icon thats down by the clock (lower rights hand side of your screen) that should bring up sliders for everything.
Their is also other options and advanced options you may need to enable that could be specific to your devices. but the main thing here would be for you to disable the one mic and enable the one you want and also possibly lower its sensitivity levels.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: when I record keyboard with Garage band the Lambda

Leopard OS-X has issues with usb audio recording devices.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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