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I am having some strange behavior when trying to run test mode. I've read through both manuals and followed the steps to the best of my ability. I am using Windows 7 64-bit with the latest x64 plug-in, registered. I am using the latest version of Ableton Live 9. Channel config: Midi from: No Input, Audio To: Ext, Out 15. Midi interface is Elektrons TM-1 and it is disabled in Live's preferences.
I've tried balanced and unbalanced cables. I also tried phase inversion with no change.
This interface is also a mixer so I am able to actually monitor the audio [clicks] as I'm playing with levels. However, I do not have any kind of post-digital gain other than the USAMO's trim control.
1. Is it normal for the USAMO 64-bit plug-in to be clipping inside of Live 9?
I've tried lowering the "level" until its just green in Lives meter, I've also tried boosting/lowering the level with a utility plug-in and my problem persists.
2. The Problem: With the normal recommended plug-in config AND a little bit of said experimentation [including tweaking or matching the space and balance settings of others] I can only find a VERY VERY sensitive spot on the trim control that will send a signal out of U's midi port [7 0'clock]. I have never seen the clip light engage at all ever. The activity light will engage and stay engaged even if I've disabled the test and deleted the instrument channel in Live. Heck, it will engage if live isn't even on and I just twist the trim. Its the same hyper-sweet-spot no matter what the level is coming out of the interface. I'm almost wondering if the pot is damaged in some way.
I am willing to accept that this interface is just too odd and unique to expect this to ever work. But any help will be greatly appreciated!
I'm going to dig out an old MOTU for troubleshooting. However, the entire point of the USAMO over the ES-40 I already have was to use the Midas as my studios main and only audio interface. I'll report what I find.
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