Initially, I was very impressed with the sound quality and excited to begin recording with it. Since then, I've noticed some weirdness when I record. In short, it's speeding up the recording when it records in Garageband. Here's my process:
-I run the two 1/4" (left and right) outputs from the TD-9 module to the Audiogram 6
-I set the interface to stereo, balance the inputs and run USB out to the Macbook Pro
-I set Garageband preferences to input source 'USB interface (stereo)' and output source 'system setting'
-Garageband has guitar and bass tracks loaded in. I run headphone out of my Macbook Pro to the line in on the TD-9 brain
-I use 'quick record' on the TD-9 and record the take, playing along with the guitar tracks
-When I finish the take, I play the section again in Garageband, pressing 'quick play' on the TD-9 to verify it was a good take
-Once I'm happy with the recording, I unplug the headphone out from the Mac so that the backing tracks aren't being fed back in, then I start recording in garageband and again hi quick play on the TD-9 brain.
75% of the time, the recorded track plays faster than it's playing out of the TD-9, gaining perhaps 2 beats over 4 measures (at 96bpm) ... it's very noticeable. If I delete the track and record it again with the same method, sometimes it will record at the correct speed.
Any ideas? I recorded 6 takes last night that I had to throw away today, and this is in addition to the 2 or 3 I caught and corrected last night.