I have recorded primary audio track ok but when I try to record second audio track to overlay vocals etc. the second track contains the audio from track one? How do I record second track with only the new vocals in it so I can manipulate levels etc independently?
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Do you record on the same or a different track?
In addition, please have a look at our Getting started with Cubasis clip, which shows how to use the app in a full song project example. Please note that the clip description includes quick markers allowing to jump to several topics directly.
This sounds to me like cross-talk (signal of first track is played-back, audible and therefore gets recorded on new track).
Do you use an audio device with Cubasis, and perform the recording similar to what’s shown in the clip?
Finally found it. Using Yamaha mg10xu as interface and USB input has little red button “to mon or to st”. Set to st (meaning stereo I presume) track 1 plays into new track 2. Set to mon (monitor?). Fixed issue with track 2 now independent and only containing overdub. Bloody little buttons. Anyhow thanks for your follow up