Verify that you have the latest Fender® ASIO Driver installed (http://www.fender.com/support/articles/fender-universal-asio-driver/
). To do that, launch Live. Then click Options
and choose Preferences.
Then choose the Audio
tab. The Driver Type drop down menu should read ASIO and the Device Type drop down menu should read "Fender Universal ASIO". Also, verify that you have an audio track record-enabled and the correct audio inputs and outputs selected. Please see the linked Fender Support article below for additional details on setting up the ASIO driver for Windows OSs.Learn How To Record Directly From Your Amp to a Computerhttp://www.fender.com/support/articles/record-audio-from-a-fender-fuse-compatible-amp-or-device-directly-into-a-computer/ Mac:
To verify, launch Live. Choose Preferences.
Then select Audio
. Check to see that you have Core Audio selected as the Driver Type, and that "Mustang Amplifier" is selected as the Input Audio Device and that your internal audio hardware (or other third party audio hardware) is selected as your Output Device. With your Fender® G-DEC® 3 Series product, make sure that "DEC Audio" is selected as the Input and Output Device. You can also select an alternate Output Audio device if desired. Also, verify that you have an audio track record-enabled and the correct audio inputs and outputs selected in the Audio channel strip in Live.