I am running Cantabile Pro on a Surface 4 Pro tablet. I’m using a Zoom UAC-2 audio interface. I have an electric violin as my instrument. In my audio interface there are 2 inputs, and I am using one as the instrument (violin) has a single output jack - just like any electric guitar.
My problem is that there seems to be an excessive amount of violin bow noise in the audio interface output - AFTER the signal goes through Cantabile. I push the output of my audio interface through a PA system amp - very clean, but the sound is terrible because of excessive bow noise. I routed the audio interface output to my DAW to see if I recorded it what would I hear. The DAW is slightly less irritating than the PA, but still the bow noise is terrible.
HOWEVER… I recorded the output in Cantabile, and it doesn’t seem bad, in fact it’s hardly noticeable.
So — I’m wondering. Is the Cantabile recorder truly recording the output signal “as is”???
Is my audio interface somehow amplifying and in the process distorting the signal as well???
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