I discovered an issue with my 16.0.2 tonight and thought I would share it. I usually turn off my mixed every evening and start it up again next day. Tonight while setting up a microphone AKG 1000c in one of my channels, I was getting no signal. With 48v on, gain up and fader up I got nothing. So I tried several other channels. Two of my other channels had the same issue. I double and triple checked all the settings but still no luck. Well, I had resigned myself to call and have the unit returned for repair tomorrow. However, I thought "it's a digital mixer, it must have a factory reset option". Sure enough I opened UC and there it was, so I said what the heck, why not try it. So I selected factory reset and checked all the channels. Now they were all working fine. I guess the point of my post is - What would have caused those channels to all of a sudden stop working? I know they worked previously because they have been used for recording. I'm totally baffled, but glad the reset worked.
Thanks Gadget69. I double checked my settings before and after shutdown/startup and they were all consistently set at 44.1.
I even tried to change audio device to another device and then back and that didn't work.
I have an SL 16.0.2 which I turn off nightly, but I leave my computer on usually.
When I turn on the SL the next day, my songs are slightly sped up and I need to reboot the computer to resync the timing.
Is there any way to resync the timing without having to reboot the computer?
ok experienced another weird one here. I turn off my SL at night and start it up again in the morning. I usually leave my computer (desktop) on. This morning I turned on SL and opened Studio One and opened a song. The song was playing back a slight bit faster across all channels. I tried this with a few songs, same thing. Closed Studio One, opened Cubase, same thing. Rebooted computer and everything worked fine. Is there something with the timeclock that I need to be aware of?
Ok, I know I'm probably overlooking something here, but it's frustrating me a bit.
I would like to listen to an effect on a channel, in this case, guitar while I am recording. I don't want the live guitar plus the effect, I want only the fx. I'm using the ampire plugin and there is no wet/dry option that I can see so the only way this is working for me is cranking up the input/output on the ampire plugin. I know there is a way to do this, I just haven't found it. Also when using other fx like on vocals, I haven't had this problem. I'm able to monitor through headphones or monitor speakers with the effect.
I just purchased a StudioLive 16.0.2 to use as a mixer/audio interface for my home studio. I previously used a Firestudio Project, which I have taken out of the chain for now. When I setup the SL and fired up Studio One 2 Pro I got messages saying "reset requested by audio device" and then "switching to audio device Presonus Fire Studio". This happened several times in startup and the the DAW opened. The program was very laggy and songs would not playback. To check if it was software issue, I opened Cubase 6 and had the same problem minus the error messages, still laggy no playback. I uninstalled and reinstalled UC 1.7. No luck. I uninstalled UC1.7 and installed UC1.6. Turned off StudioLive 16.0.2 and back on. UC and VSL started, and I minimized them. My question is: Does UC and VSL need to be open for using the SL and DAW? Justin did a video where he used the 16.0.2 and VSL and UC wasn't open. If not, any clues on what may have happened here?
I am interested in the studio live mixer 16.0.2 and was wondering if it will allow me to have separate monitor mixes with separate effects for individuals. If so, what is the output setting for that and would it be a stereo or mono mix? Also would I need a headphone amp with 4 or more separated inputs for this? Thanks for any help
I've been needing this for a while. I'm so used to putting notes in for chord progression, guitar fx, which guitar used and pickup settings, which keyboard sounds, interface input levels, which mic used, etc. I miss having it
I'm using S1 ver 2.0 and since it is not able to separate a stereo file into two separate mono files easily I have been using Adobe Audition which does it in one mouse click. I then save them as wav files. When I try to import the wave files into Studio One, I get a message saying the file format is not supported, but they are 'standard' wave files. Any ideas on what I need to do to get this working?
I purchased the download of Studio One 2 Pro and did not add physical retail pkg at time of purchase. Now I find I actually need the discs because my bandwidth limits for download will cost me about 200 dollars to download all the files in the pkg. Is there a way I can pay the extra $50 to have the retail pkg sent?