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When recording turn off things like antivirus as they hog massive amount of CPU time. Also turn off wireless links and any other background tasks that will cause audio overruns. Alsoverify you do NOT have inout echo turned on. This would cause feedback that might sound like reverberation.
i am using samson c03u to record songs using magix music maker, never had problems with it until i fell pregnant and gave birth so i stopped using it for a while. now that im back to record songs again, i started recording and everytime i playback the song i recorded, the music is fine but my voice started jumping like a pirated cd. im using windows vista and i already tried clearing the junk and re installing the programs but it still does the same thing. please help if anyone's got an insight about this. Ta
Look man just use the input as a way for your pre-amp's to plug in.... you don't want any of those built in guitar effects anyways... You just need a good multi pedal.. There are many good recording Pre-amps out there that work great and are fully adjustable for easy recording.. You can do what you want but, I think you will like the sound of pre-amp effects pedals in your computer set up....
To get sound in both channels in Garageband for a podcast using the G-Track Microphone:
select a voice track to record into
make sure the Track Info window is open (blue i button in lower right region of screen)
at the bottom of the Track Info window you will find Input Source:
Change the default setting of Stereo to Mono 1 (USB Audio CODEC)
This assumes you have gone to Garageband preferences and changed the Audio/Midi settings for audio input to USB Audio CODEC which appears when you plug in the G-Track Mike