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How to record from a microphone to a CD

I am trying to figure out how to record from a microphone onto a CD. I have tried to hook up the mircophone and when I do, the microphone works and I push record on the CD player and it records. It shows that a track was made on the CD. But when I try to play it back there is no sound on the CD. I have finalized the CD when I've finished recording and I still don't have any sound on the CD. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Are you plugging a mic (if so what type) directly into the Tascam, if so this will not work.
will offer solution when you provide details of mic. There are no dedicated mic inputs on the CC-222mkIII unit.

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My mircophone is broken? dont have money to fix? any cheap ways to still use


WOW this is an expensive camera, I would first HIGHLY recomend spending the money and send it to a good electronics or camera shop and have them fix it.

If this is not an option here are a couple or things you can do. Since this is a higher end camera it
should have a mic jack, if so just hook in a good microphone and it should work fine.

A couple of words of warning before tying the next solution you could permanetly mess up your
cameras sound. While this method theoretically possible, some companies intentionally make this
very hard. Often companies will use hair thin wires or wires that are so short thier is no way to
patch into them. Also, since this description doesn't use standard hardware you should disclose
this repair to anyone who might wish to buy the equipment if you decide to sell it. Also, the mic
that I've suggested may not be as good of quality as the original Sony. You can use
any mic of about the same size so long as it has wires to tie into.

If your not real familiar with electronics get a buddy with some experience repairing electronics to help.

If your really adventurous, you could take the mic assembly apart and put in a new mic. Just get a good compact mic like a KOSS M5 and splice off the end then shave the wires. Then carefully
take the mic assembly on you camera apart look for a small disk made of two magnets an a
fillament with 2 wires disconect the wires from the disk and hook them up to the shaved wires
from the KOSS microphone (one wire from a lead the other to the ground of the KOSS microphone). The KOSS mic will have 3 wires two sources/leads and a ground you might have to play around with it to figure out the wires and get it working properly. If your mic assembly has 2 mics figure out which wires are the lead by hooking them up one at a time (to the wires that originally were hooked to the internal microphones) with the ground on the other wire and trying them. Once you figure out which are the lead wires hook them each up to the old mic wires and take the other side and hook them both up to the ground. once you have it all wired back up and any splices insulated (elecrical tape should be fine) you should be able to re assemble the mic with the new microphones installed.

If the mics for the camea are intergrated into a circuit board the same method will work but
the old mics will need to be desoldered and the leads from the new mic will need to be soldered
where the old mics were. If this is the case get a buddy with some experience with electronics to help you.

Method three use an external recorder. For this method just record the sound with another external
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My microphone on my acer laptop isnt working and ive tried loking things up to see if i can fix it,ive tried it but it doesnt work at all.


Hi

I have just fixed this on my sons acer aspire one notebook

what i did was :-

go to

start
programes
down to acer empowering technology
then over to and click on
acer erecovery management
wait a few seconds
a box will open up saying acer erovery management
click on the reinstall applications/drivers
click on contents
then go down to and click on the green install bar for the realtek audio
windows will go throught the process of reloading the audio driver

that should now of fixed the microphone problem and if you write these instruction down they may be useful for other problems
also you now know where to restore back to factory settings as well
but if you ever do that please make sure to save any files or photos that you want onto a spare drive or burn to disk because a factory restore will loose everything and take it back to when you ist bought it and you will need to set it all up again and can be a long winded process but sometimes neccessary

good luck

please let us know if fixya has fixed it for ya

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Now I am going to assume that you mean "enable" , so I will answer the question as how to enable the internal microphone.

1) Go to the start menu
2) Click on Control Panel (on right hand side menu)
3) Choose Sound (Change settings to classic view if you can't see this option)
4) Click on the recording tab
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6) Click on Set Default to make it your default recording device
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My mircophone is not working on my MSI laptop


Hello Freshnoble, hi! try first the sound recorder program, for testing purposes, if you are using XP, it goes, start, all programs, accessories, entertainment, sound recorder. Shout on the mic, you should see wave pattern on the sound recorder program. if not. the problem can be hardware and/or software. If its the hardware, check the microphone, is the mic built-in or are you using an external mic? if built in, try to enable first the microphone, right click the speaker on the lower right side of windows, select adjust audio properties, sound, at this point you should see the sound recorder device, select mic volume and adjust it all the way. test again the sound recorder. If you did not reach this point, there is some thing wrong with the device driver, load the sound driver first and test the mic again.

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Caller can not hear me on receive call,


Sounds like 1 of 2 things
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2. Your microphone does not work

A simple way to test your mircophone part would be to, if it has one, if your phone has a voice memo or voice recording feature use that and try and record your voice if it doesnt work, replace the phone if it does we're one step closer to figuring it out.

I'd start with that

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Assuming you want to keep your recordings at the highest possible quality, wouldn't it also work if you had an outboard component CD recorder? That way you retain the highest resolution at the first analog-digital step and once it's on CD you can rip to your heart's content or run it through the mixer again.

I have a Pioneer Elite PDR-509 that I have used for years. There are several 'professional' decks made by Tascam, Marantz, HHB and others that add the ability to use vanilla CDR's and CDR/W's instead of CDR-Audio and CDR-A-R/W media as mine uses and some can defeat the SCMS codes so you can do digital-digital multiple generation copies. Home audio CD Recorders will only digitally copy a first-generation digital original, unless the source was was made on a PC. Then it's always considered first-generation. The cost of the media isn't that much different these days. A standalone CD Recorder would also let you digitize those LP's and tapes you have hanging around or record Live through your mixer to CD. How about that!!!

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No CD comes with the DP-01. The Tascam relys on your computers USB drivers to work.

You should probably try the DP-01 on someones else's computer first to se if it works there.

This is usually some kind of incompatiblity between the usb cable or the use hub and the usb speed (1.1 or 2.0). I would try bypassing any usb hub you might have in use first. If that doesn't work you might want to try another usb cable.

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bd.

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I have not "solved" the problem. I'm simply assuming that the built-in microphone does not work. I CAN record radio on to a tape and a CD onto a tape. I just cannot record my voice onto a tape. I'm just chalking it up to a faulty microphone.

No, I do not want a plan, thank you.

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