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Why Am I getting bleedage

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  • Why Am I getting bleedage

    I am trying to set my TD-12 up for recording. I need separation for each channel to give the mix the most capabilities. Since I only have 4 outs, I thought I would give DirectL dedicated to the kick, DirectR dedicated to the snare, MasterL dedicated to the toms, and MasterR dedicated to cymbals and hat. I set these all up in the output window accordingly. And yet when I record, I am still achieving bleedage into all channels per se. I get good volume hits on the ones I chose, but ambience on the others, even when I have said not to have effects go to all channels...what am I missing? I need dry individual channels out of each output for separation purposes
    Don't even tell me us old farts still don't have something to say and learn! Just give me some ghost notes and I'll Purdie your brains out!:cool:

    Playin' for over 50 years (21 years 5 & 6 nights a week) and still lovin' every minute of it!!! TD-12 noob and growing!:p

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    Hmmm.....still sounds like a routing problem within the module to me. Then again...I did have a console that had some bleed from channel to channel until I got it serviced,
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