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Yertle / Yertle T 1mo+22dy ago
Hey, I have a question for you. I still haven't explored this thing as much as I need to and it is probably a dumb question but here goes. I know the Eleven puts out separate signals for dry and wet channels but I don't understand how to capture them both in my DAW. I use Magix Music studio and it has a preference for a single stereo input. I was thinking I could go out and get a recording mixer and pipe it over to the DAW separately by doing the export twice from the mixer into the DAW. Am I missing something here? I'm just not sure how else to capture wet and dry into the DAW. Does your DAW do this? I'm not seeing how to do it on mine.

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VocalRun / Vocal Run 9mo+24dy ago
So...the Eleven Rack... Forget the software... This is a third party software question...say Mixcraft and Studio One 3... Let's start in Studio One 3: Recording one wet one dry track Each time I change one's input, the other changes, too. It's never separated. Either it's guitar in for dry or it's eleven for wet. How to separate while recording? If not possible, Do I take the dry track and put it in for a re-amp and well the Eleven Rack effects software does not work on my rig i.e. it just never will open for me. I really worked on the downloads and such so as you can see, I'm working off the rack settings only. Oh yeah, did I mention, I have limited cables? two 1/4to1/4 and one xlr so there....Help me...please.

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