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Posted On: Nov. 27 2012, 11:55 PM

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I did what you wrote above,and now I can use ST ASIO in n-Track on both input and output,the echo is a little less but it´s not gone.
I tried a software,but it says it can´t find the ASIO driver.
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Skip to the previous post in this topic. Posted On: Nov. 28 2012, 12:43 AM
Yes, that is an AXE in my head, So What?
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I assume the echo is present when you're using your MIC?

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I't's my opinion that your have everything working as expected. Congrats. This issue you are having with echo is common with those who use headphones to record vocals/audio into their DAW. I too have the same issues when recording vocals with headphones.

The cause is audio bleeding from the headphones into the mic. The echo is the delay caused by the latency generated by the ASIO drivers.

Here are some tips to help with the issue of echo+headphones when recording vocal/audio into a DAW.

Turn the volume down on the headphones. Sometimes this is no good because you need to hear what your doing but it will reduce the likelihood of headphones audio bleeding into the mic.

Use a good set of closed over the ear headphones. This will reduced or even eliminate the echo but still at high volumes audio bleeding into the mic can still occur.

This is what I do, I bought a good pair of ear buds and then I place a set of closed headphones (not connected to audio) over my ears. This traps the audio in my ear buds and I get no audio bleeding and I can turn up the volume without worry.

It's a common problem and I hope this information helps you find a workable solution.

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