The only way that works for me is using 2 monitor speakers separately. Means. 1 output from ASIO devices. And 1 output from your pc jack. In this setup you can play IRIG and other audio(youtube or video files) at the same time. Good luck.
I believe it's the sample rate. If you are recording at 48 KHz and your card is one of the basic ones it won't be able to switch between the two. So if you wanna use it to practice over a youtube video or something like that, just lower the sample rate of your daw to 44.1 KHz and that should solve it ;)
The future is here. You can use a neuronal network called "spleeter" to separate voice and the arrangement of any song you like.
It is open source and can be freely downloaded from its official git repository:
I used it a lot and totally love it. The separation isn't 100% clean but it is still very good for hobby usage....
My method when recording:
Play the song using your recording sofware(DAW) in a simple 4/4 measure straight through. When you feel the tempo is not right adjust it until it feels right. It's ok if it's all sounding sloppy at this point as long as your changes are where they need to be.
Adjust your metronome tempo at the parts you have changes if needed. In ...