Currently Being ModeratedJul 9, 2012 12:51 AM (in response to insigma)Re: UX2, Guitar works, No vocals, Correct inputs selected
Not sure about that.
One thing I noticed though is that I think you have got the amp etc. on the guitar line.
Also, you have the D.I. right up, so there will be no mic processed sound coming through (you probably deliberately did this though, so thats ok - I don't think I've tried that with my mic - it gets a lot louder for some reason when I turn it fully clockwise), but I have just tried my mic with exactly the same settings you have and I get sound coming through from the mic.
One thought - have you got the -10db pad switched on on the mic? That would drop the volume a bit.
Oh, I've just had a thought. Your cable from your headphone out to your speakers. The plug might be mono and not stereo and therefore only be sending out one channel of sound and it might be then seeming like two channels because it might be splitting the one channel into two at the other end of the cable or whatever. Does the plug have 2 black dividers on it or just the one dividing the metal parts of the plug?
Or maybe the speaker system is only giving the one channel somehow.
Have you tried using a single tone in pod farm and maybe the mic in the 2nd input. You may have tried this already.
Look forward to hear back from you,
Currently Being ModeratedJul 9, 2012 5:53 AM (in response to insigma)Re: UX2, Guitar works, No vocals, Correct inputs selected
What are you recording with?
Currently Being ModeratedJul 9, 2012 6:04 AM (in response to insigma)Re: UX2, Guitar works, No vocals, Correct inputs selected
For sends 1-2 try selecting record tones A+B and turning the DI all the way down (although as hulbert points out, I odn't think that is the issue).
I do not have a condenser mic to test with.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 24, 2012 3:29 PM (in response to insigma)Re: UX2, Guitar works, No vocals, Correct inputs selected
I think it is simply that you don't have anything on Line B - so you created the dual tone but with the B Tone as blank. You have correctly selected Mic as the input but there is no preamp selected for it to process through - you need to select one of the vocal presets and drag it down to Tone B and should all work ok.