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Ive tryed to record my dj mixes directly from audiocity using a stereo lead to the headphone headet..it does not record direct from my dj mixer it only records from the microphne that you can hear eve

I have tried right clicking the volume button and looked at recording devices settings but cant work out what to do, hope you can help!!!!!

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Try plugging the lead into the microphone input socket and not the headphone socket.

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Testimonial: "there is only 1 socket...in the instructions it says, audio input (microphone) audio input (headset)"

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i hope that you have the audio drivers installed and working and of course tested with your headphone..best way to do this is to play any song in media player and monitor it on your headphone...
the default settings for most DAW( Digital Audio Workstations) including ACID will be to mute the audio output when recording. This primarily is done to avoid feedbacks during recording. Anyways coming to the point. Since people would like to hear whats been recorded there is a scheme called as direct monitoring. I believe in ACID it is called as "Input Monitoring" and it basically is a small speaker shaped icon that appears next to the Record Arm Button once it is armed. Click on Input Monitoring and make sure its turned ON. Now you can listen while u record.
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I have a Dell 1545 with Dell web cam central & I've had this issue. The problem is that Dell web cam central installs it's own microphone settings onto your laptop called something like Dell web cam Live!. This isn't the built in microphone in my laptop & maybe not yours either. You have to change the settings for your computer system & Dell web cam central. Go to start> control panel> sound> recording .. on mine there is an option for Microphone "High Definition Audio Device" ... that is the built in mic. You want that for your default & apply it. Also .. as a side note .. I disabled the web cam central Live! microphone completely from this window. Then open Dell web cam central & go to the "Record Video's" option. In the middle of this is an orange button with a video camera icon. Next to this on the same button is a little arrow pointing down .. click that. Under microphone .. choose Microphone "High Definition Audio Device" just like the sound option in control panel. I've done this & it's completely fixed. I can record videos with sound & use my built in mic in voice/video chat.

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