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hussamd

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Eye candy. I play backing tracks via USB. Can I use this block to show the music or both my playing and the music? That would be cool to look at.
 

hussamd

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Any signal you route through the block gets graphed.
In my setup I am connected to my laptop via USB. If I want the analyzer to graph the guitar playing, I put it in the patch input 1 signal. That is fine.
If I want the analyzer to graph the music I am playing via USB will I need to add cables to route output 1 to say input 2, then add input 2 to the patch and link the analyzer to it? or is there an easier way to do the same without additional cables in the back?

I really appreciate your help. Pushing the edit button to get the graph was not intuitive :)
 

iaresee

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I really appreciate your help. Pushing the edit button to get the graph was not intuitive :)
Touché. :)

In my setup I am connected to my laptop via USB. If I want the analyzer to graph the guitar playing, I put it in the patch input 1 signal. That is fine.
If I want the analyzer to graph the music I am playing via USB will I need to add cables to route output 1 to say input 2, then add input 2 to the patch and link the analyzer to it? or is there an easier way to do the same without additional cables in the back?
I must confess I can't find a way to route USB audio through the RTA block. :( Spent a good 20m trying different combinations to no avail. I thought it'd be as a simple a INU -> RTA but that didn't do it. I also thought OUT1 -> RTA might handle it but nope.

Maybe one of the other guys has been able to route audio playing via USB in through the RTA block?
 

hussamd

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Touché. :)


I must confess I can't find a way to route USB audio through the RTA block. :( Spent a good 20m trying different combinations to no avail. I thought it'd be as a simple a INU -> RTA but that didn't do it. I also thought OUT1 -> RTA might handle it but nope.

Maybe one of the other guys has been able to route audio playing via USB in through the RTA block?
I was thinking of trying to connect one of the other output 1 back into input 2 and have that only go to the RTA block (no output). Might be worth trying.
 
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