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Can't Hear Sound While Converting Lp


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While converting an LP to digital using a turntable with USB output, the recording works fine...but I can't here while recording is happening, so separating tracks is impossible. I can hear the recorded digital file fine.

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Actually, that's not uncommon. You'll probably need to use the application that came with your turntable in order to be able to hear the recording as you capture it. My guess is that you're using LP & Tape Assistant, or Sound Editor? Neither of those applications knows that you can't hear the sound from your speakers. The program that came with your turntable will probably re-route the signal out through your sound card as it records, so you can hear it.

 

Once you have it recorded, you can use the EMC tools to process it.

 

Hope that helps!

 

Having to go that route here with the Ion TTUSB turntable I bought. Record through Audacity, then process in EMC. No sound through speakers when using EMC to record, but there IS sound while recording in Audacity.

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Having to go that route here with the Ion TTUSB turntable I bought. Record through Audacity, then process in EMC. No sound through speakers when using EMC to record, but there IS sound while recording in Audacity.

 

Why dont you use the Audacity Audio Recording Software/ EZ Vinyl Converter 2 that came with your turntable.

 

 

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While converting an LP to digital using a turntable with USB output, the recording works fine...but I can't here while recording is happening, so separating tracks is impossible. I can hear the recorded digital file fine.

Actually, that's not uncommon. You'll probably need to use the application that came with your turntable in order to be able to hear the recording as you capture it. My guess is that you're using LP & Tape Assistant, or Sound Editor? Neither of those applications knows that you can't hear the sound from your speakers. The program that came with your turntable will probably re-route the signal out through your sound card as it records, so you can hear it.

 

Once you have it recorded, you can use the EMC tools to process it.

 

Hope that helps!

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