Question about Sony FV100 Consumer Microphone
Was working just like a normal mic and when i would record it would record fine, now it records so quietly that i have to turn my speakers all thee way up to hear it... and i can still barely hear it, if im trying to make music then i dont want to have to scream into the mic and i dont want people to have to turn their computer up all the way to hear my music...what do i do? i tried all the solutions that have to do with the computer, its checked volume all the way up on speakers on the mic and the speakers have normal volume for everything except when i playback my voice, and i checked those volume controls too
Check mic level on recording mixer for windows N.B. r-mixer different from playback-mixer
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
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