Everything I Do In this Program Seems to Be a Major Deal (PART 2)- Trying to Record Audio

Posted by: goofeyfoot

Everything I Do In this Program Seems to Be a Major Deal (PART 2)- Trying to Record Audio - 01/12/21 12:11 PM

Now I am trying to record audio and get this. I have good signal going in. I record the guitar track in Audio. I stop the recording. You can actually SEE the recorded material recorded on the track and then the thing asks: "KEEP TAKE?" You select YES, and then the take disappears instantly. What the bleep?

Yes, I know. It's user error. Can't be anything dorked in the program. So what am I doing wrong?
Posted by: Bob Calver

Re: Everything I Do In this Program Seems to Be a Major Deal (PART 2)- Trying to Record Audio - 01/14/21 09:51 AM

are you recording in BIAB or RB?
Posted by: MusicStudent

Re: Everything I Do In this Program Seems to Be a Major Deal (PART 2)- Trying to Record Audio - 01/14/21 12:07 PM

Love your title. Very attention grabbing and so appropo grin

By the way, you are a daring soul if you are recording in BIAB. Good luck.
Posted by: goofeyfoot

Re: Everything I Do In this Program Seems to Be a Major Deal (PART 2)- Trying to Record Audio - 01/14/21 12:21 PM


Sorry, the program is Real Band, not BIAB.

Thanks.

Michael
Posted by: rharv

Re: Everything I Do In this Program Seems to Be a Major Deal (PART 2)- Trying to Record Audio - 01/14/21 03:22 PM

I just posted here on a different thread for a user having a similar problem, maybe it applies to you, so
https://www.pgmusic.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=636424&#Post636424

/note the setting at the blunt end of the arrow to record both tracks (L&R) .. if it is a Mono track target and you record into the right side, it may not keep it. It may be looking for only the left side. The other end of the arrow lets you record Audio even if the target track is set to MIDI.