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    I am trying to play a drumless track while recording a track.

    All I can find in the help section of Goldwave is:
    Use the Track | Create recording section command.

    I must be getting old. Can't figure it out.

    So, how do I play the MP3 and record my drum track at the same time.
    "Always on Time", never a "Beat Off"!

  • #2
    What I did was to put the drumless track onto a CD, play that CD through the module's aux-in and record the combination of that and my drumming.

    I haven't found a way of having Goldwave play and record at the same time. I may be wrong, but I've a feeling that is asking too much of my sound card.
    My website...
    VCustom kit,
    TD8 + Aphex Impulse,
    HDI Cymbals.
    A great site: eDrumming.com

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    • #3
      Same as Ranman except I play the MP3 using media or real one on the same pc as recording on Goldwave looped through the aux-in on the TD8


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      Jackeen

      Roland TD12 V- kit,VH12 hi hat, Hart Prosnare, Hart Ecymbals II 14' Crash & China, 9' splash, DB Tech' S400, Axis double pedals, sonor twin effect and no feckin talent

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      • #4
        Jackeen: So you have...

        * a stereo cable from the sound card's line-out
        to the TD8's aux-in
        * a stereo cable from the TD8's outs to the sound card's line-in
        * a media player playing the drumless track
        * Goldwave recording the performance

        Not bad! I suspect my Dell would "Dude!" itself right into the bin if I tried that.

        I don't even want to think about what this piece of **** IBM thinkpad would do.
        My website...
        VCustom kit,
        TD8 + Aphex Impulse,
        HDI Cymbals.
        A great site: eDrumming.com

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        • #5
          smack on with one addition

          I split the output from the TD one going to my Old surround system for playback. Works a treat with a 12" sub woofer 2 sony sats on the rig and a centre speaker behind the kick. The cycmbol sound fantastic while the woofer gives the thud. If you look at my pics you'll see the sonys.

          I also tried it on a cheap 600 p3 128 ram worked fine except that the internal components hisssssiinnnngggg - hissed me off

          I use a Sony laptop 1 gig p3, 256 ram and an external usb/phono adpter for the in/outs. No aux in on the laptop. No hissing

          Last edited by jackeen; 02-10-03, 03:12 PM.
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          Jackeen

          Roland TD12 V- kit,VH12 hi hat, Hart Prosnare, Hart Ecymbals II 14' Crash & China, 9' splash, DB Tech' S400, Axis double pedals, sonor twin effect and no feckin talent

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