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Subject: Audiophile 2496 - recording vocals


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Original Message 1/2             09-Oct-06  @  11:46 PM   -   HELP!: 2496 - recording vocals      [Link: M-audio - Delta Audiophile 2496]

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Hello

I plug in a crappy pc-mic (worked 'perfectly' with a built-in soundcard) into M-audio analog-in.

I try to record my voice (for example: in FL 5; CoolEdit) and there's no sound!

What should I do?
PLEASE HELP



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Message 2/2             10-Oct-06  @  11:43 AM   -   RE: Audiophile 2496 - recording vocals

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probably cos you added the audiophile and didnt assign the asio drivers in your music s/w. So the music s/w is still setup to be listening to the input on the motherboard soundcard

Idealy you need to disable the onboard AC97 audio codec in the PC BIOS and then assign the m-audio asio drivers in your music s/w

also, do yourself a favour and get a decent mic which costs SO little nowadays with cheap chinese mic's available.

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