CS6 Record Monitor not working. Has anyone seen this or know how to fix it? Thanks in advance for helping. I'm using the trial version of CS6 with update 5.0.1 version 7.
I can record LPs from my turntable and Audition CS6 records just fine. I can also playback the recording and I can hear that just fine. But I'm not able to monitor or hear the music while recording. This all works fine with my older program (PEAK). I'm looking to replace the PEAK software from Bias since they've gone out of business.
I'm using MAC OS X version 10.7.4 (Lion).
The Audio Hardware Preferences in Audiontion are set to:
Device Class: CoreAudio (this is the only choice)
Default Input: Built-in Line Input (source is turntable through a phono equalizer)
Default Output: Built-in Line Output (going to a Denon Reciever)
Master Clock: In:Built-in Line Input
Clock Source: Internal
I/O Buffer Size: 1024
Sample Rate: 44100
Then going to the "Settings" button this brings up a window for Audio Devices (Audio Midi Setup).
Looking at the Built-in Line Input values:
Clock Source: Default
Source: Line In
Format: 44100.0 Hz, 2ch-24bit integer
Ch: Master (Grayed out)
Ch: 1, Value=0.652, Mute box is not checked, Thru box is grayed out and not set
Ch: 2, Value=0.652, Mute box is not checked, Thru box is grayed out and not set
I sure hope someone can help with this. Thanks in advance.
Message was edited by: PQBones
Monitoring in Waveform View will depend on your whether your audio device has a headphone monitoring mode or not. Audition will meter the input signal, but will not replay it when recording. (This is different in Multitrack view.) The Built-in devices on Mac systems, as well as most PCs, do not offer external monitoring.
I am having the same issue, i did a fresh install on a new drive of cs6 master. In audition I can no longer monitor my signal that is a .wav file with my mastering environment. It only sees where my cursor is in the waveform instead of as the marker moves.
Like Durin said, inherently Audition doesn't provide a monitoring path in Waveform view - this is entirely dependent on your sound device. Monitoring in Multitrack is via the internal mixer, and you have to set channel and master outputs appropriately if you want this to work. In this mode, you get increased latency, because the signal path has to pass through the entire system twice before you hear it - once going in, and again going out.
So, in Waveform view you have to look at your sound device monitoring settings.
Are you saying that it worked OK in CS5.5 but not in CS6? There has been no change in how the hardware works with 6 compared to 5.5 so it must still be in your audio hardware settings in CS 6 that the problems lies (unless you have made any other changes to the Mac operating system).