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    I have a UF6 with the U400E. I am running that via firewire into a mac g5 tower. I am running a guitar in through the gtr in port and the sound is either inaudible or clips in Logic, in order to get any sound out of it I have to dime all of the mixer controls in logic. I got the control panel to work with it, but it seems to not change anything. I tried running it with a preamp after the guitar no change. Still either can’t hear it or clips. I tried running it into a mixer. Same thing, either too loud or not loud enough. I tried micing the amp, thinking if I use the mic in it might make a difference, now it just sounds really far away, and clipping.

    There is no support for this issue anywhere on line. So I am wondering if it’s just a single setting I haven’t tried.

    If there is any way you can help me out with this I would be much appreciated. I bought it for this purpose, and I can’t get it to work.

    Thanks a lot!


    One of my favorite plaecs to go in Maryland is The Snowball Stand in Woodstock. My best friends family owns it. Tons of people go there and wait in very long lines to get something. The ice cream and the snowballs beat any other snowball or soft serve ice cream any where I’ve been to! It is delicious!The Ice cream is smooth creamy and amazing and the snowball flavors taste just right! People are always there sitting on benches underneath big trees eating snowballs and ice cream and talking with other friends!At night the twinkly lights on the trees illuminate all the teens hanging out. It’s a very popular place. The inside of the stand is sweltering even though they are making ice. Making flavors is hot and fun too! You mix all the different ingredients together and then poof there’s the flavor! I always enjoy going there whether it is to make flavors or to eat the snowballs or just to hang out with friends.I also enjoy going to the Science Center with my family. My favorite spot in it is the human body section where you can lay down on a bed of spikes (It feels so weird), see your hand bubble with an optical illusion, and trick a height sensor into saying that you’re 7 feet tall. It’s a lot of fun but very noisy.

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