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Multi track recording with Roland M-16DX

Posted: Sun Aug 21, 2011 6:57 pm
by rickbase1
I have just downloaded your s/w and love it so far! We have only recorded a few songs with GW but it has me thinking of what might be possible!

I am looking to set up a home recording studio using the M-16DX as my 16 channel input via USB2.0, bringing in each instrument and vocal into the PC on a seperate channel with Multiquence, then using the effects section in Goldwave to enhance some devices like the lead guitar and feed it back out the stereo output of the M-16DX for realtime recorded/enhanced audio, then ideally layering on a video track after to create a decent quality music video after.

My questions are:

1) Am I asking too much of the software/pc?
2) does goldwave give RT effects or only rendered ?
3) does MQ/GW interface well to the M-16DX?
4) this being new to me, what am I omitting/forgetting in the equation?

PS Go Sens !


Kingston, ON

Re: Multi track recording with Roland M-16DX

Posted: Fri Aug 26, 2011 12:24 pm
by GoldWave Inc.
Both GoldWave and Multiquence are limited to stereo. While it is possible to record multiple channels and inputs in Multiquence, the final mixdown would be stereo. GoldWave does post-recording processing/effects only. You may want to consider higher-end audio software for working with 16 channels.


Re: Multi track recording with Roland M-16DX

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 2:52 pm
by sophie
I've used the "save as audio" option to make a stereo file of 4 different tracks with Multiquence, but the result is a mono file (I mean two tracks but exactly the same). How must I do to get a real stereo file ?
Thank in advance for your reply.

Re: Multi track recording with Roland M-16DX

Posted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:35 pm
by GoldWave Inc.
Use Options | Section to ensure that each audio section is assigned to the correct output channel (either Left or Right instead of Stereo).