Pobinr wrote:I obviously only want two tracks for stereo guitar. So how can I achieve this without also getting tracks 1 to 4 on screen ?
steve wrote:The real problem is that Windows sound card drivers do not support channel mapping.
Gale Andrews wrote:We're on Mac here
Gale Andrews wrote:Does ASIO on Windows let you choose which of multiple channels to record?
steve wrote:I don't know if that is always the case, but for example, if using ASIO4All, once it has been enabled in the audio application, the ASIO4All control panel becomes available through which you can configure which devices and in/outs you wish to use.
steve wrote:On Linux you can do a similar thing with Jack.
steve wrote:Is there no way to do that on Mac?
Pobinr wrote:Please could we have the the option to re-route or select precise inputs to Audacity to get round this problem.
Gale Andrews wrote:OK, but that's like using an external channel mapper, then?
Gale Andrews wrote:And if you can choose for example channel 5 and 6 only in the ASIO control panel, does choosing "2 (stereo) input channels" in Audacity Device Toolbar then let your record only channels 5 and 6?
Gale Andrews wrote:Someone has just told me that scenario still records silent channels 1 and 2 on his self-compiled ASIO build of Audacity.
Gale Andrews wrote:On Linux you can do a similar thing with Jack.
So again how does that work in Audacity in the above scenario?
Gale Andrews wrote:If you want to try compiling Audacity then there is a patch here that uses "Recording Profiles" set in audacity.cfg to choose the channels to record and what tracks to record them to.
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