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Problems recording with WaveLab

by mej / May 25, 2005 1:35 AM PDT

I have a 98SE with a SBAudioPCI64DLegacy drive installed. I have Wave Lab installed to edit and record vinyl to CD. Have A receiver (Pioneer) and turntable (JVC) connected to sound card. I recorded 80 or so albums with this config. Now all of a sudden, I can't record. It's like the sound card isn't recognizing the signal. (Phase scope just sits there). I can playback anything that's on the computer OK and even re-record (phase scope still doesn't work tho.)It's like something is on mute or a line-in isn't being recognized. Device Manager says everything is working properly, but its not. Any suggestions?

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Check your recording volume controls.
by Kiddpeat / May 25, 2005 9:20 AM PDT

You should be able to access these from the control panel, and the display normally defaults to the play controls. There should be a menu item called Options, and, within that, properties.

Click on recording (rather than playback) and OK. Be sure the correct source is selected, that it is not muted, and that volume is set to the maximum.

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Thank you
by mej / May 26, 2005 2:30 AM PDT

I found that under recording the 'mic' was checked instead of 'line'. That did the trick. Thank you.

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not to confuse things, but...
by ahtoi / May 26, 2005 5:23 AM PDT
In reply to: Thank you

a check usually means it's muted. Are you pluging the input into the "mic" connection?

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No, a check means it's selected. The recording controls are
by Kiddpeat / May 26, 2005 5:40 AM PDT

being looked at. You are talking about play controls.

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