Sound Card

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Chamon
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Sound Card

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what would be the best sound card for recording multitrack simultaneously in multiquence???? if someone could help.... how many channels??? compatibility???

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Re: Sound Card

Post by GoldWave Inc. »

Multiquence is limited to stereo recording. It can record from multiple stereo sound cards if you create several recording sections on separate tracks and select a different recording device for each. Any Windows compatible sound card would work, provided the sound driver supports more than one sound card installed in the computer.

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so I can't buy a multichannel sound card??? it wouldn't work???

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If you had a multichannel card, you'd still be limited to recording mono or stereo sections in Multiquence.

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but I could record more than two or three session at a time???

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It depends on the card. If it provides virtual sound card emulation (emulates multiple stereo sound cards), then you may be able to use one multichannel card in several separate recording sections in Multiquence.

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