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  • TD-30 USB Recording Audacity

    Hi, Im new here and hope to find some help
    I connected my Td-30 via USB to my Macbook and use audacity as app.
    I import a guitar track to audacity and press record for drumming to get a single track of my drums.
    Now I have the problem that the recorded track also included the "mixed in" signal and I have a little timeshift regarding the guitar track.
    Any experience with that?

    Thanks a lot

    Cheers
    Gaggo

  • #2
    Hey,

    did you try to disconnect MIXin from Master out in the output settings menu? (Setup A Screen / F3 Other)

    kr
    Timm
    Last edited by DrStackVanHay; 02-16-17, 12:14 AM.

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    • #3
      What DrStackVanHay said.

      Just want to mention that TD-30 actually is a nice little mixer, having only the mix-in as an external input - but multiple outputs - which is kind of the opposite of standard mixer. For recording I'm using a pair the other outputs and leaving the master out for monitoring. That allows monitoring e.g. a wet drum sound with both mix-in or USB audio etc, while recording a dry drums-only output.
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      • #4
        Thanks for your help. I disconnected the MIXin from the Master out and now I have a clean drum track in Audacity, perfect!
        I have only still the time shift in the recording but I think I have to correct this via audacity

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