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  • internal mic

    @Sliviz said:
    solved. You delete the audio clip then put it back in as a sample on a new synth or kit. Seems abit odd the mic stays on?

    Hi Sliviz...u dont need to resample to resolve your issue... i had the same problem and fixed it... what you need to do is once you have recorded something through a line in you need to go back into the input' settings ' learn/input + press track' and turn the input to 'off'

    It stays on by default to which ever input you chose to record with and needs to be turned off manually afterwards...otherwise you hear it feedback through the internal mic. hope this helps cheers

  • Recording into arranger

    Thanks amiga909 yep...i forgot about White instances ..however am i correct in saying that white instances cannot be copied and pasted or dragged further up the timeline??? i was under the impression that it can only be used once...and you need to make more white instances as you go along in the arrangement.....this could work but still doesn't quite make the work flow very easily... i will continue to experiment thankyou