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Got an Asus X53S Laptop, Behringer UCA200 and a Phonic AM120 MKII mixer. Cant get it hooked up so that I can record vocals and instruments thru the mixer onto the laptop. I've tried using Audacity, Magix Music Studio and Adobe Audition 3.0 Got my sound out of the laptop onto a channel on the mixer. Got the input on the UCA 200 hooked into the 2T RTN on the mixer. Tried hooking the mic-jack on the laptop to the output on the UCA200, but nothing. Tried hooking the mic jack on the laptop into the 2T REC on the mixer. Nothing happens... I'm going nuts... Hope you can help.
There is no doubt that sound on PCs and laptops can be a pain, and I have had to run a mixer output through the mic socket before now, such is the insensitivity of the PC's inputs. But you have done this, which implies that the mic input is not being connected to the sound system. You should have some controls of the way the sound is connected - try the Control Panel (assuming you have Windows) and opening up the sound applet. You won't get anything through Audacity etc., until the system is delivering. Sorry I can't be more specific.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
How is everything hooked up?
Mic to Mixer, and Mixer to Laptop? Or is your mic connected directly to your laptop?
To do this properly, you will need a secondary audio input device of some kind that accepts line level input. Microphone inputs are intended for low level signals, and are not going to accept the input form a mixer properly. (you can get it to work, but it will generally be distorted)
There are various USB or PCMCIA audio input card options that aren't too expensive. Once you have that, you would need to route your music and microphone through your mixer, and the output of the mixer to your audio input device.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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