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Problems recording with Sony Acid mucic studio 7!

I bought a Diamond Xtreme Sound 5.1 sound card the other day so I would be able to use the mic port to plug my mic in to record acoustic guitar in Sony Acid Music Studio 7. When I turn the mic on and talk in it I can hear it through my speakers fine but when I put it up to my guitar and hit record in Sony Acid and then play it back when I'm finished record I can barely hear the guitar track if I can hear it at all. There is also a lot of air sound in the recording. Can you please tell me how I can configure my philips microphone or Acid so the volume is louder so I can hear the tracks I'm recording?

I know its a cheap mic but I can really afford any thing more right now and I'd like to record some tracks can you please fill me in on how to fix the problem.. Thanks

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R u using a preamp to up the guitar levels to the desired level? Use a preamp ,also see to it that u r recording at mic level with the acoustic guitar directly plugged in. If thats a electric guitar set it at Line Level and use a preamp or a processor between the guitar and the soundcard.hope this helps! thanks

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

This probably has to do with the levels you have set for the sound card - take a look at your mix levels AND the volume input level 0 this is not the same control as output

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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