Old 06-12-2019, 08:14 PM   #1
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Hello all.

Just today, I borrowed my friend's condenser microphone (CAD GXL-2200), and set about attempting some vocals into my, newly acquired (used) Lexicon Lambda interface. The interface looks as if it was 'babied', and all seems to be working just as it should. However, upon recording, I could only hear the output sounding from the left side. I had chosen the MONO input setting, but that hasn't brought about any change. Is there some other setting also, in Reaper, which would require a different setting that it may be holding on to?

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Old 06-12-2019, 10:28 PM   #2
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Well, methinks that I may have solved the issue previously expressed, above.

As was stated in my initial post, my Lambda was purchased used. It was just the hardware - no manual, or software. I didn't care about those things because of figuring that I (If it was needed) could download the manual. And the software? Well, that was of no concern, neither, because Reaper is IT, for ME. But, I DID just download the manual, to see if there was something about the interface, itself, that might not have been set right. Sure enough, I think there WAS.

I had paid no real attention to the two push button selectors, sitting in the middle of the interface's middle section. After perusing the manual I learned that those two push buttons determine whether the output is generated in either stereo, or mono. It's too late, NOW, for me to test that out, but I have no doubt that (since I've switched the setting to mono) I will have that mid-position setting of my lead vocals.

There should be some fun, and productive times NOW .
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