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Notify me of new comments via email. However, they do not, so one must go to windows control panel, check audio devices, then on recording devices check the mic. FYI, this guide telling people to use the Behringer as input and your onboard sound as Output is simply bad advice to workaround this buggy piece of crap that Behringer sells. I had to allow the Behringer as an input device, and the internal speakers as output devices.
To learn more about Tracktion, visit tracktion. Tons of Free Software. This step ensures that uc610 driver is properly loaded and the device is up and running in Windows. Update 2 I have been doing some more serious recording with this device.
Close the window to exit out of the ASIO configuration.
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All third-party trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Also, be sure to set ASIO controls so that the sound is not directed to the sound card, only to the GL headset output. Does this really matter though?
Now you can start up your Guitar Rig or effects processor software. It works just fine for me. You also have to disable your internal audio card via Device Manager not remove, just disable and enable it again later on. With Audacity you can: The guitar is a time-tested cornerstone of po. This behringer is pure junk. Unplug the Behringer UCG and plug it back in again 3. Just connect it with a small jack cable to the audio recording input of your PC.
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Yes the place i bought it from offers a full money back guarantee for 45 days. Update Yesterday I reset my PC and had to reinstall this stuff again. Perhaps an idea to directly connect my guitar to the computer through the line-in?
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Number 1, I really appreciate uv6102 information, it has been a great aid in getting this far. Many thanks in advance! Everything works OK as soon as the Behringer is set up as the recording device in windows control panel. So now the device is working correctly, now I just need to figure out how to clear up the unwanted crackling and popping noises.
I have been doing some more serious recording with this device. Learning a DAW has never been easier, thanks to their vast and readily available library of resources. But to get your music out there, you need to record, right?