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What do you have selected in Audition's Audio Hardware Setup menu?
The audio driver is Audition 3.0 Windows Sound
The input is 01M (Microphone) HTO-Claro. When I click on the input, there is no option to select USB Audio or Behringer UFO202.
I do not have "release ASIO Driver in the Background" checked.
Thank you very much for your help.
I have now figured out how to get the sound from the tape deck through Behringer into Audition, but the levels are spiking in the red without stopping. I'm looking on how to reduce the levels in Audition because I can't reduce them via the Behringer or the tape deck. Any help would be appreciated.
Unfortunately you cannot reduce the levels of audio on it's way into Audition. Audition just records whatever the audio interface sends it. If the levels are that high when recorded into Audition then it is likely that you could be overloading the input to the Behringer interface. You need to somehow reduce the level at source in the analogue domain. Once it is in the audio interface at too high a level then any distortion caused will be burnt into the digital audio file and you won't be able to get rid of it.