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Korg Microkorg XL Vocoder Not Working (No Sound)


Check the mic and connections all through its input into the unit. I would check the cartridge of the mic for continuity for the reason that (I think but not 100% sure) on this model, I think there has to be sound at the mic or it does go silent in vocode mode. This is how it digitizes the mic and keys together. The played keys cannot put onto pitch the sound it is NOT picking up at the mic. I think there is a problem with the mic.

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I am getting minimal to almost no sound coming from my mic to my computer.


If you are using the fx/send port to the mic-in port (I have no idea why you would want to do that) but nevertheless, check the red fx dial and make sure it is at 12 oclock and turn the pan dial to 12 oclock also. remember if you are using mic input 1 or 2 with a mic that requires Phantom power the button needs to be locked in the down position. OK im assuming you have checked and set your gain and volume levels on the 802 prior to plugging in your mic. If not do so now.(unplug all outputs and with mic plugged in speak into the mic while turning up gain until you get distortion which is indicated by a rewd light next to the "pan" button...once you see that light turn the gain dial back slightly and you should be set) have volume at 12 oclock on both l"evel1" and "main mix: dials. Now goto your windows desktop and right click on your volume control "speaker" icon. Click on "Playback device" you should see your mic in the list on enabled devices.If you dont see your mic in list right click the screen and click show disabled devices. Enable your device. If it is already enabled right click it and make sure it is not muted. finally go back to list of playback devices and right click your mic and click "configure speakers" run through the tests. close everything.mic should be working now. If it is not I suggest you plug your mic into either the line in from the fx/send or keep it in the mic-in port and plug the other end into the head phones port.Or better yet, get an rca to mini stereo jack and use the cd/tape out jacks to send your signal to the mic port of your computer......keep playing with it...you'll figure it out.There are so many different ways to hook up your perephrials its mind numbing sometimes.

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Very low volume from mic input even with Gain and Master turned full on


You haven't told us what type mic you are using. If you are trying to use a condensr mic with this, you will need a preamp that supplies Phantom power to the mic. You haven't told us what cable you are using. Do check that you aren't using a condenser mic as there will be virtually no volume.

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I plug it directly into my pc and it wont record on my music programs.Does this mean it is broken?Is there something im missing?.And it was purchased new but came with no directions,is that right?Also...


There is no volume adjustment. You would have to use the volume controls in the PC "control panel". Not all PC's will be compatible with this mic, as this mic is monaural, not stereo. You may have to use a 1/8 jack monaural to stereo jack/plug for the mic. Be sure and set the volume levels for both the mic and headset in the control panel AND UNMUTE the mic.

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I was tring to record with audacity and my mic


Make sure the mic level is correct. Many of these units require line-level inputs which is much higher voltage than a mic puts out. You MAY need an impedance matching transformer for your mic.

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I have a Thomas Symphony Royale 782 with the rack portion of the rack and pinion volume control broken. Where might I find this component?


If it is the potentiometer that is broken, it is likely an AllenBradley "J" style pot.

Here is Digikey site for J pots. Choose resistance to match. You may need to check if it is an audio taper as well. The site should have them as well.

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll

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Manhasset stand drops with more than one book on it.


These units will loosen up over time, but I have some that are over 30 years old that work well. If the unit is new, contact Manhasset and ask them if you can get a replacement stem. The typical problem with these stands is the base attachment which is a replaceable part. The stem failure is rare. The warranty on these stands is 10 years. Contact Manhassett at: (800) 795-0965 and ask for Customer Service

Dan

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Need help connecting Korg C-303 (Concert Piano) and Korg Symphony Model O3 (Orchestra Module). Have no documentation for the Symphony module.


Assuming the C-303 has a MIDI out, connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI output of the C-303 to the MIDI input of the symphony module.

Connect two audio cables (mono 1/4 inch) from the symphony module to a suitable audio amplification system OR possibly into auxilary audio input jacks of the C-303, if they exist.

I have a Symphony module but not the piano you have and I have mine connected to a Yamaha organ.

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Samson C01U USB mic not working on my PC.


try this;

1.using different usb inputs on your pc desk top
2.update drivers on both your desk top and laptop
3.using a different usb cable

if it works fine on your friends computer most likely its not the mic

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Digitech Vocalist Live 4 blead through


You need a directional microphone, and then it needs to be pointed away from the guitar. Another technique would be to provide some acoustic insulation between the mic and the guitar, like a wall or a partition like what is used to set up office cubicles.

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