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  1. Thanks for your answers. What is W10? Yes, I do set input echo to ON. What is and OP? What audio interface would you recommend for me to be able to do input monitoring?
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    I use Windows 10 with Cakewalk by bandlab. My sound card is M-Audio Delta 66, which has a hardware breakout box. I record audio via a microphone and a single-channel mic pre-amp which has phantom power. I use an old Sony consumer reciever to play back through speakers or earphones. I formerly used Sonar 4 Producer Edition, and I have Scott Garrigus' book. I recently downloaded the current version of Cakewalk by Bandlab. I use aux sends to allow my vocalist to hear previously recorded tracks in her earphones while recording new harmonizing vocal tracks. But I also want the vocalist to hear her voice in the eaphones as it is being recorded, as she lays down the harmony tracks. I have read the section on input monitoring in the documentation, but I can't make it work. Part of my confusion is that there are settings for the soud card, other settings for audio in Windows, and sound card-related settings in Cakewalk. How can I set up this recording input monitoring? It will be best to answer my question as though I know nothing about sound recording or the software. It's prety close to the truth. Thanks in advance. John
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