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I have a Tascam US-144USB 2.0 audio/midi interface and an AKG Perception 200 microphone. I need to do voice over commercials with them and have been told to adjust my frequency setting to 44,100 KZ which is the standard in the industry. I am NOT tech savy so I need the instructions to be like: Step one , step two, step three, etc. etc. Last week I used EKSE in Finland , he was very helpful. I hope to resolve this problem today because I have work waiting for me to do. Thanks , Tom Kay

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Http://www.tascam.com/products/us-144;9,15,70,19.html
Click this link.Under "documents" is the beginners guide to recording.If this is a bit difficult, there's Media at the bottom of the page.This is a video of the 144 and how to use it.How's that?

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