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  1. Elk, I followed the steps you outlined. Thank you for taking the time to help me with this, unfortunately, it gave me the same results as I have been getting. Here is the information you asked me about...and more. The error message that comes up reads: "MixPad was unable to install the sample kit." The title of the error message is: "Unable to download" Just before this error message comes up, there is a message that says something to the effect that it is: "downloading the files" and there is a progress bar at the bottom of this message that seems to indicate that a download h
  2. I have tried 3 different MixPad versions (up to 5.53 and a new version as a "trial version") and none of them can download the offered drum samples. I sent in a Tech question using the website but as usual, in my experience at least, no response since I submitted it 5 days ago. I have uninstalled it choosing to also delete the database. Nothing seems to help. Any advice?
  3. When I load the program everything works great except when I want to record a guitar part I find that I can't control the input level using MixPad. I end up adjusting the output of the Lexicon Alpha USB interface that I am using to make it work. I am using Windows 10-64 Plenty of processor speed and RAM. I have uninstalled and reinstalled MixPad a couple of times and nothing changes. I can use the Cubase recording software that came with the Alpha and it works correctly. The problem is that the MixPad program is just so much better that I won't use the Cubase mixer. MixPad"s G
  4. I am relatively new to MixPad. A friend whom I am recording with has MixPad and I bring home copies of our day's music to work on parts etc. When I load the program everything works great. When I want to add a guitar part I find that I can't control the input level using MixPad. I end up adjusting the output of the Lexicon Alpha that I am using to make it work. When I am recording the track I can't hear it but as soon as I play it back, there it is, loud and clear. I am using Windows 10-64 Plenty of processor speed and RAM. I have uninstalled and reinstalled MixPad a couple of times
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