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Ok,,,I just got my v-amp 2 [img]images/smilies/icon_mrgreen.gif[/img] and I downloaded cool edit pro. I hooked up the midi-usb connection, and....................get no signal. I can hear it thru the headphones[img]images/smilies/music487.gif[/img] and it sounds awesome, but I see no signal going into the track Im trying to record [img]images/smilies/mad1.gif[/img].....Like Lennon and McCartney said "help me if you can Im feeling down.... [img]images/smilies/icon_frown.gif[/img]
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Hi dude. [img]images/smilies/rock.gif[/img]
I gave up using Cool Edit Pro because it would always screw up the input. I'm coming from a PODxt user here, but bear with me.
Anyway, I'd connect up my POD via USB, then I'd go into Sound Properties from the Control Panel. In there there would be two devices, my PODxt, and my Soundblaster Soundcard.
Well, before starting Cool Edit Pro, I'd always have to select the Soundblaster Soundcard as the source for recording and playback from within these properties. If I select the PODxt, guess what ? No sound coming through on the track. [img]images/smilies/headscratch.gif[/img] So I'd have to select the Soundcard, which is baffling as fook !
Anyway, the reason I gave up using Cool Edit Pro was partly due to this. However, the main reason was that Cool Edit would eventually stop receiving any input, whether I chose PODxt or the Soundcard. Sometimes this would happen after 5 minutes use, sometimes after several hours, and sometimes not at all.
However, it would always require a reboot to get it to accept input once again. So I switched to Cakewalk, cuz it does exactly what it says on the tin.
If I want to use the PODxt, I select the PODxt as the source. Simple shit. And, it would always accept my input, no matter how crap I play !