think I figured it out, and a number of the posts here gave me the clues I
I am able to see S/PDIF in my audio properties, since the MBox is selected as
the audio in/out device. Didn’t do much good for this though it did
help to know it was being seen.
went into ProTools and enabled S/PDIF there by selecting it for the clock (from
another post). I then exited ProTools and the “External Clock”
light stayed set on the MBox. I went into Live, selected S/PDIF, and
voila, I can hear my guitar!
I guess that problem is effectively solved, all I want to do now is figure out
how to enable/disable S/PDIF in the MBox without having to go through ProTools.
all for the help –
From: Sandy Rowles
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 8:36 PM
Subject: Re: MBox/Live Setup
I DONT USE SPDIF BUT I
HAVE IT AS ONE OF MY SOUNDCARD INPUTS. THERE IS ALSO A SPDIF VOLUME CONTROL IN
MY VOLUME PROPERTIES THAT I ALWAYS KEEP MUTED BECAUSE OF NOISE IT MAKES WHEN I
DONT ACTUALLY USE IT. YOU MAY CHECK THERE TO SEE THAT IT IS ACTIVE AND NOT
MUTED. HOPE THIS MAY HELP.
On 12/28/06, Zoe Keating <email@example.com> wrote:
Hm, don't know the answer to your specific problem. I
haven't worked with SPDIF.
Have you checked the Ableton forums? Been very helpful for
me at least.
On Dec 28, 2006, at 1:56 PM, Steve Mark wrote:
an easy question.
have an effects processor (ToneLab) which connects my guitar to my MBox 2 Pro
via S/PDIF, which connects to my Windows PC via Firewire. I'm trying to
get Live to recognize the signal from the S/PDIF port but am not
succeeding. I am not using ProTools in this scenario, just Live
standalone. It does recognize audio coming from direct audio inputs, just
not from S/PDIF.
anyone done this before and succeeded or can someone point me somewhere to get
help? I've searched Google but haven't found an answer.
if this is not the right/preferred way to do things, please let me know, I'm
just coming up to speed on S/PDIF