richardash1981 wrote:Just because you can play back through the drivers doesn't mean you can record from them, especially given that Reason uses ASIO drivers, and audacity doesn't. So the first thing to check is whether you have enabled ASIO drivers, in which case audacity certainly won't work.
As it says on the wiki:
http://audacityteam.org/wiki/index.php? ... bar_Issues
some sound cards don't support input selection from within audacity but will work if you select the input from the manufacturer's control application and then hit record in audacity. Given the way the system seems to be designed (with a hardware switch for which inputs to use) there may not be any software input selection to make - if you have front inputs selected, you get the two front ports on L and R, if you have back you get the pair of jack inputs, and there is nothing to choose in audacity.
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