Backing Track Volume control
pizeta_76 last edited by
I really enjoy playing over the massive backing tracks library available on youtube, for study purpose and for fun, of course. As audio volume on Riff interface affects both guitar/bass volume and streaming audio, it is quite impossible to balance the two levels. This happens on iOS devices only, Mac works fine as youtube has a separate volume control on the player itself.
A way to manage these two levels separately would be more than appreciated. I think I am not the only one who is facing this issue, right? If not, guys let me know about any workaround to get this sorted out.
marlynrasavong last edited by
you have created very nice post I also want to say something
Controlling the volume of a backing track can be done in a few different ways, depending on the equipment you're using and the software you're working with. BenefitsCal App
If you're using a physical mixer or audio interface, you can typically control the volume of the backing track by adjusting the level of the channel it's assigned to. For example, if you have the backing track playing through channel 2 of your mixer, you can turn down the level of channel 2 to lower the volume of the track.
If you're working with software on a computer, the specific method for adjusting the volume will depend on the software you're using. However, most digital audio workstations (DAWs) will have a mixer or channel strip where you can adjust the volume of individual tracks. Simply find the channel that the backing track is assigned to and adjust the level as needed.