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  • Cubase LE Help

    Just starting out with recording. I have a presonus firebox interface and cubase le. Here's my question...

    How do I get monitoring sound to come out of both the left and right monitors? At this point if I plug in a mic, add a track, set to monitor, I only hear sound out of the left speaker. I can add like a ping pong delay and then i get sound from both so i know it's there. I just can't figure out in Cubase LE how to set that up.

    Anyone have any ideas??

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    How do I get monitoring sound to come out of both the left and right monitors? At this point if I plug in a mic, add a track, set to monitor, I only hear sound out of the left speaker.
    Create a Mono track for recording, not a stereo one.... the human voice doesnt' come in stereo...yet!
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    • #3
      Originally posted by sox View Post
      the human voice doesnt' come in stereo...yet!
      Oh yeah, what about mongolian throat singers who can harmonize wth themselves!
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      • #4
        it's the same way for running a guitar, bass, drums, etc through it. mono for all??? hmmmm

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        • #5
          Yeah, you record to a mono track, but then pan it in stero for the final mix.
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          • #6
            ahhhhh. ok! thanks for the help.

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            • #7
              didn't work...i set up a mono track in cubase...got no sound at all from either speaker.

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              • #8
                didn't work...i set up a mono track in cubase...got no sound at all from either speaker.
                Make sure you select the correct input from the Inspector column (or the Mixer)...
                When you choose a Mono track, you have to select either the L or R input

                Oh yeah, what about mongolian throat singers who can harmonize wth themselves!
                lol....c'mon Michael...You know even harmonies can be in Mono...
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by sox View Post
                  lol....c'mon Michael...You know even harmonies can be in Mono...
                  Yeah, but if there is two of them, it is quad in stereo!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Michael Render View Post
                    Yeah, but if there is two of them, it is quad in stereo!
                    Maybe...

                    If you add a male voice, does that make it 5.1 surround then???
                    lol....
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