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Using Cakewalk with a Soundcraft Ui24r

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Hello All - 

Is anyone else using a Soundcraft Ui product as their input into Cakewalk?  I just got my Ui24r and am having a host of patching & input problems.  

o   HW INS (1:1) gets a signal into Cakewalk, but, I can’t hear the signal, or the click.

o   USB-DAW 1-16 let’s me hear the click and what I recorded, but I can’t play along with it.

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Hi Chuck, 

I believe I have them set up properly in Preferences but I'm not sure as I haven't been able to find the right working combination.

Can you recommend a low latency driver?

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36 minutes ago, JAMES P COSTELLO said:

Can you recommend a low latency driver?

Yes in Windows 10.. WASAPI, but first id like to know is there an included ASIO driver for the Ui24r ?

I didn't see one when I looked up your product.

15 hours ago, JAMES P COSTELLO said:

o   USB-DAW 1-16 let’s me hear the click and what I recorded, but I can’t play along with it.

Do you mean Latency.  Is the new recorded signal delayed ?

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12 hours ago, JAMES P COSTELLO said:

As as the latency goes - I can't quite figure it out.  I can play in time with a click, but then the playback sounds off.

Look up "Loop Back Test" on the old forum. Do that to adjust the Manuel Offset in Preferences.

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13 hours ago, JAMES P COSTELLO said:

Hi Chuck, my drivers are in the picture.  Yes, it does comes with an ASIO that you download

Can you post a screenshot of that same preference window screen only on "Devices" and "Device settings".

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6 hours ago, JAMES P COSTELLO said:

Thanks Chuck, I got it figured out!

It would be nice if you shared your solution with others. This way it could possibly help someone else.

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Chuck, my apologies.

It basically came down to the driver needed to make my Soundcraft Ui24r work with Cakewalk.  I had to reload it a few times but I think I got it. 

With Soundcraft, the first 10 outputs (in on Cakewalk) are reserved for their (2) main outs and (8) AUX channels, so, if you're plugged into Ch1 on the Ui24r, it's 11 Left in Cakewalk.  Ch 4 would be 13 Right in Cakewalk.    That's been another fun lesson,

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On 3/1/2019 at 3:17 AM, JAMES P COSTELLO said:

Chuck, my apologies.

It basically came down to the driver needed to make my Soundcraft Ui24r work with Cakewalk.  I had to reload it a few times but I think I got it. 

With Soundcraft, the first 10 outputs (in on Cakewalk) are reserved for their (2) main outs and (8) AUX channels, so, if you're plugged into Ch1 on the Ui24r, it's 11 Left in Cakewalk.  Ch 4 would be 13 Right in Cakewalk.    That's been another fun lesson,

Eu estou com esse mesmo problemas de direcionamento de canais. A mesa ui24r tem uma sistemática diferente para canais de entrada e saída, quando vai ser usada como placa de áudio para DAW. No Reaper, consegui mapear os canais, nas no Cakewalk não consigo.

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