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May 31, 2021 - 2:02:21 PM
1043 posts since 11/9/2012

I have recently spent a lot of $$ on music stuff, including some fancy audio and video production software. But, to my pain, I am having a serious problem with overdubbing... ' No matter how I configure the programs, and/or Windows 10 Audio, I can not do a simple overdub... I can not get any of my production programs to allow me to record on a track while at the same time playing another track. I either have to play tracks, or record tracks... ' I can find no way of getting my system to be capable of playing one track while recording on another one.

I came upon this same problem a few years ago, and I think I had to buy a Roland audio program that totally overrode the Win10 audio mixer, and it gave me the ability to play one track while recording on another. But I don't remember the name of the Roland program, or if there are other ways of doing this. If you know an answer please help. I can no longer find this application online. Help. ;)

I downloaded and installed new Realtek high definition audio drivers, and nothing changed. Also I have some hardware, such as a Roland TB-3 Bass syth, that I need to find a way of adding it to the Stereo Mix as well, but it seems impossible right now.

Thanks banjo people!
Terry

Edited by - Toothless in Kentucky on 05/31/2021 14:06:57

May 31, 2021 - 2:15:43 PM

1043 posts since 11/9/2012

May 31, 2021 - 4:09:42 PM

1043 posts since 11/9/2012

I'm now having a little luck with Magix Acid Pro.... At least I finally got to record from 1 track of stereo to another one. Still far from how I once had it configured.

Jun 10, 2021 - 8:00:42 AM

189 posts since 9/7/2014

quote:
Originally posted by Toothless in Kentucky

I have recently spent a lot of $$ on music stuff, including some fancy audio and video production software. But, to my pain, I am having a serious problem with overdubbing... ' No matter how I configure the programs, and/or Windows 10 Audio, I can not do a simple overdub... I can not get any of my production programs to allow me to record on a track while at the same time playing another track. I either have to play tracks, or record tracks... ' I can find no way of getting my system to be capable of playing one track while recording on another one.

I came upon this same problem a few years ago, and I think I had to buy a Roland audio program that totally overrode the Win10 audio mixer, and it gave me the ability to play one track while recording on another. But I don't remember the name of the Roland program, or if there are other ways of doing this. If you know an answer please help. I can no longer find this application online. Help. ;)

I downloaded and installed new Realtek high definition audio drivers, and nothing changed. Also I have some hardware, such as a Roland TB-3 Bass syth, that I need to find a way of adding it to the Stereo Mix as well, but it seems impossible right now.

Thanks banjo people!
Terry


Do you mind sharing what audio production software you are using? My only experience recording with a PC is my old desktop that runs Windows XP. I'm so glad I got it before they were discontinued because Windows XP has given me no problems whatsoever. Anyways, it sounds like what you want is something that WILL override your Windows 10 Audio program. I think my XP machine has the Realtek drivers but the DAW software is what allows me to record overdubs. I use Sonar Cakewalk Studio 7, I believe. Old but still works like a champ.

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