Hi....seem to have drivers insalled...have attached USB lead...have tried to record a file ( MP3) whilst PC plays to the BR in recording mode...just get "Ticking" noise...like a metronome.?? any ideas ian
I purchased the BR-800 yesterday and have been playing around with it. Last night me and a friend did a 4 track recording using 2 mics for vocals and 2 acoustic guitars plugged straight in. Line 1 and 2 were guitars and line 3 and 4 were vocals. They only way to get all 4 inputs active at the same time was to go into 4 track mode, however when going into that mode I could not find any way of adding any vocal effects to just lines 3 and 4? Both mics sounded a little dry, only really wanted a little reverb or something, but the FX button only wanted to change the whole units sound?
Effects like distortion (on the BR600, I assume the 800 as well), have to be used when recording.
As for the rest: push the Effects button, then use the down arrow to move to "location"(it's not on the screen, you have to scroll down with the down arrow to see it) Select location then scroll through the choices. Look at page 56 of the manual as it explains the routing possiblities of the effects, it takes a bit to get used to. Nonetheless, it gives you options of choosing what track or tracks you want effects on.
I wore out my br 600 and bought a br 800 . The thing I loved about the 600 was adding delay and reverb to a track and it would be dry in one channel and just the effected sound in the other , (after panning hard to one side . ) The lush spaciousness would enhance a lead guitar track greatly .
I cant get the 800 to do this ! ,Ive tried and tried . If it is capable of this and Im doing something wrong could someone give me a clue ? Id love you for it .
I would think you can just copy the track to another one, add the effect and pan it the opposite way.
Maybe just a handshake.Id love you for it .