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I have a Mac OS X Version 10.6.5 (brand new) and I am recording music from my Roland Juno-G with my Lexicon Lambda into Garageband. It seems to be inconsistent, but sometimes (more then less) there is a subtle but very noticeable static in the background of my recordings. I am not maxing out the peak or have old cables, i specifically bought new expensive cables meant for electric piano recording to see if that was the issue. Are there any tricks to getting this static out?? It seems to be worse when I plug into the front "Instrument" outlet versus the back "line one" outlet, however it is still there no matter where I plug in. Thank you for any suggestions or help you may have.

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The latest OS X is 10.13.3
Maybe the newer OS X would help.

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push the monitor button to go mono instead of stereo.

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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I have had the same problems with the lambda driver ...they just posted a new installer on the lexicon website which fixed me up...try it.

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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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

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the usb could be the problem. when you plug it in does your comp make a noise if not it is the usb if it does than the drivers are not in sometimes its a program problem try going to start-mycomputer-(cd/dvd drive right click on it and click explore. find the file labled drivers and install them first than install the program hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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