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martin armsby

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  1. Hmm - I checked for you - unfortunately mp3 encoding is not included in SE. I can't imagine why but there it is (not) So export to wave using tools/track-bouncing and the convert afterwards with a lame frontend. For instance: http://members.home.nl/w.speek/multi.htm Or read this thread: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....c=11132&hl= Cheers M
  2. I've done this test on a soundblaster, a 128pci, a DMX6fire - all normal stereo cards with mini jacks. I don't see your problem at all. Cheers M
  3. Its easier than you think. Use a mini jack cable to connect the output to the input. Cheers M BTW 5 samples wouldn't be noticable.
  4. A high end Denon HiFi or DolbyDigital Amp is certainly a good choice but you still need speakers. Active studio speakers are easy to set up and would save you money at the cost of flexibility. Depends what you kind of work you're doing. Cheers M
  5. You need a cable running from OUT to IN - it doesn't matter if you don't hear anything for this test. Stereo or Mono wiring - doesn't matter either. That way you are recording the whole signal path. Cheers M
  6. Hi, yes all Samplitude and Sequoia versions support skins from Ver5 onwards. A lot of user skins were made around the Ver6 period and many still use them. However, as features get added all the time, some buttons are missing from older skins. Still its ok if you know how to use the newer functions via right mouse menu for instance. Of course each new Samplitude version come with a new skin so after a while you get a nice collection. I've got around 10 skins loaded for easy changing. Cheers M
  7. And press "R" to set your recording offset. Cheers M
  8. Samplitude uses a complex buffering system to make playback stable and the offset you have experienced depends a lot on which driver model you are using. Asio, MME or WDM as the buffering varies You do need to check this and set it up correctly. Afterwards Samplitude records exactly down to a single sample as easily demonstrated by repeating the test. Use this loop test and post back your results. Offset Setup Cheers M
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