My Loop Recorder isn't playing nicely >:(
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    Default My Loop Recorder isn't playing nicely >:(

    Hey guys,

    I've got a Traktor Audio 6 Interface and a DDM4000. I just upgraded to Traktor Scratch Pro 2 would like to use the loop recorder as it's a very nifty feature. From what I've found, I am able to route one of my two outputs on my mixer into the Input of the Audio 6, and then from the output onto a channel. However when I do this, the loop sounds very tinny, thin, and distorted. What is going on? Is what I'm trying to do possible, or will I need a soundcard with more ins/outs?
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    if your mixing "x" songs at a time you need "x" outs:

    2 songs = 3 outs
    3 songs = 4 outs
    4 songs = 5 outs

    So you would route the record from your mixer into the input of your soundcard then the soundcard back into a channel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santos10 View Post
    if your mixing "x" songs at a time you need "x" outs:

    2 songs = 3 outs
    3 songs = 4 outs
    4 songs = 5 outs

    So you would route the record from your mixer into the input of your soundcard then the soundcard back into a channel
    That's what I did, and it sounded tinny and distorted and basically like utter garbage.
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