Does anyone hear use a Behringer UCG 102 interface for recording?? If so I would like to hear how you got it to work using MMM 2014. It will not work on my Win 7 OS with a Creative SB GT 610 sound card. Hope someone can help.

Gryami wrote on 2/27/2015, 11:09 AM

I've followed the instructions "to the letter", but no avail.  My system as follows:

Win 7 Home edition

8 gb Ram

Intel Quad Core 3.4Ghz CPU

Creative Sound Blaster 5.1 VX

nVidia  Grahics card, GT 610 + 2gb GPU

ASRock MB 

Hope this helps,

Regards,

Gryami.

btw......forgot to mention, why does it not show an input device in Magix program settings.??

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browj2 wrote on 2/27/2015, 11:14 AM

Hi Gryami,

Which instructions did you follow? Behringer or Music Maker?

Did you look at any of the tutorials under the Tutorials tab? See my tutorial on getting started. There are also a couple more about how to connect an interface, I think.

Did you set up the parameters under Program settings for the Asio driver? I use the driver that came with my interface, but Asio4all also works and is often recommended by manufacturers who have not included an Asio driver with the interface.

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Gryami wrote on 2/27/2015, 11:24 AM

Hi brow,

I followed the Behringer instructions from the manual supplied.

Had to download and install the 64bit Asio driver.

Also tried Asio4all.

I have yet to see your tutorials on setting up an interface, but will try to find them.

I've been trying for 2 days now to get this to work, just about pulling my hair out, what little I have left (lol)l.

Regards

Gryami

(Graham).

browj2 wrote on 2/27/2015, 11:37 AM

MMM2014 is a 32 bit program, so a 64 bit driver probably won't work with it. Try the 32 bit driver. Remember, you will be monitoring through earphones connected to the Behringer, not through the computer.

Have you been able to record anything from your guitar yet?

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Gryami wrote on 2/27/2015, 12:09 PM

Hi John,

The 32bit driver will not load, because my Win 7 OS is 64bit.  Now that you've mentioned it, Magix is installed on a 32bit partition, and it works well, apart from the problem that I am presenting here.

Cannot record anything using this UCG102.

Graham.

Also, I couldn't find anything that specificly relates to my problem in the tutorials.

 

johnebaker wrote on 2/27/2015, 1:32 PM

Hi

Try following this procedure here.

Ignore any references to Guitar Rig,  complete the installation of the drivers and setting up the recording devices, then set up MMM 2014

HTH

John EB

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browj2 wrote on 2/27/2015, 1:46 PM

Good one John EB!

@Gryami,

Clarification: 32 bit programs and 32 bit plugins work together, nothing to do with the computer being 64 bit. If you have a 64 bit program, it requires compatible 64 bit plugins or a bridge to use 32 bit plugins. You can install 32 bit programs, like MMM2014, on a 64 bit OS, but you cannot install a 64 bit program on a machine with only a 32 bit OS.

A 32 bit program requires 32 bit plugins; 64 bit plugins will not work with the program.

 

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Gryami wrote on 2/27/2015, 4:50 PM

Hey John, (both)

Thanks for all of your replys.  I really do appreciate your help, and thanks for staying with me.

I reinstalled everything related to this USC102, but I still cannot get it to work.  It has worked a few times in Audacity, but only for a short time.  When I say it worked, my bass guitar actually recorded on to an existing track, but I cannot hear the guitar through the headset, which is connected to the USC102, so therefore I cannot hear myself playing.  The existing song comes through the speakers OK, but that's about it.

As for the plugins, as I said, the Asio drivers that are on the CD are 32bit, and would not install on Win 7 64bit NT.

Thanks once again,

Gryami.

johnebaker wrote on 2/28/2015, 3:31 AM

Hi

Is there software on the CD which provides a configuration / control panel interface for controlling the device?

I would suggest you also contact Behringer .

John EB

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Gryami wrote on 2/28/2015, 6:40 AM

Hello John EB,

I did not find any software on the CD that relates to any configuration.

I have contacted Behringer Tech Support and am now waiting for a reply.

Regards,

Graham.

ChrisDowning wrote on 3/4/2015, 12:32 PM

I had one of these and it was difficult to get it set up.  Don't expect much help from Behringer.  I found the answer was in the way the soundcard controls were set up.   First you need to check onbthe device manager window in Windows 7 or 8 that your device is acutally recognised and working - it can be working and you still hear nothing.  Tpif it is showing as working and installed, then your problem is somewhere in the soundcard and how it is set up and 'seeing' the Behringer unit.   Its a great little unit, but not easyto use.

Gryami wrote on 3/30/2015, 1:14 PM

Update!! :  I wish to thank everybody that offered help with my annoying problem.  It has now been resolved!!

It seems to be working OK at the moment.  I took the unit back to the place of purchase, where I was given a tutorial on how to set it up.  Strange thing, I learnt nothing new.   So I returned home and made another attempt, and it worked!

Anyhow, thanks again.

Cheers,

Gryami.