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i have the steinberg yamaha ur12 audio interface. I have the midi in yamaha asio. I also use a keyboard to record directly. It wont record in stereo so i put it in mono. i can hear it play from the keybord into the interface in stereo. but when i play it back on the mixpad it is in mono. when i unhook the interface and put it back to windows default i plug my headphones into the computer directly it plays in stereo and through my receiver. but when i mix a song on some headphones and my car stereo the instruments i record on the mixpad are on the right side. but when i play the mixed down song on my computer its stereo. Im trying to figure out what i can do to have consistency in stereo.
Having hunted through the topics on the WavePad forum, I have not found one that relates to the problem I am experiencing. If I've missed it, I apologise! I have just downloaded WavePad Version 6.64 for my iMac (High Sierra 10.13.4). Whilst the program seems to be working correctly, the WavePad toolbar, playback controls, file info and editing window are all presented as separate, seemingly unconnected items on screen, with no obvious way of pulling them all together into one cohesive unit. All the screen shots I can find show everything in WavePad contained within a single combined interface. Is this the way WavePad now looks, or can I bring these items together somehow without the inconvenience of moving each individual part?
Hi, I'm new to the forum. This is my first post. I was wondering: Is there a way to dock the Wavepad windows so that the interface acts like normal MAC apps -- instead of have three floating windows (the editor, the file info, and the playback controls windows)? Thanks
Please don't take this the wrong way, but I'm not a fan of the new look of MixPad. I loved this version and how there were fewer tabs. http://www.nch.com.au/mixpad/screenshots/main.gif The newer one just looks a lot less lively and more complex. I wanted to know if there is a way to go back to an earlier version. I just don't like the way they changed it.