when I plugged my band's 5 mics into the mixer and the mixer into the uca202 and to my computer to record, I got a recording that was skipping or jumping a few seconds (like a broken CD that jumps a few seconds and keeps playing), it felt like the recording couldn't keep up; I must have done something wrong. Some tunes only had like 3-5 skips, but others like 15 or more. What can I do???
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Re: recording not right
Check the recording buffer latency on your recording software. And so you know, you should max your ram out with that soundcard. or have everyone record there parts in as, 5 ins is alot for a machine to process, especially if youre recording to 1 track..brutal, and the final recording will be real muddy.
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try isolating the usb that you are using by removing all unnecessary items like extra headphones, cellphones, speakers, battery backup usb connection, you name it. More than likely the static is from that. or try a different usb port if you have removed these items
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It is a low cost alternative. It can be used as an interim choice until you get a true audio interface tailored for a recording studio. I use them to connect to my laptop for recording group mixes for live performances on a bus mix. It works well for that type of application. It has quality sound recording and playback at CD quality.
find a tape player/recorder than has the capability to connect to a computer connect your tape player/recorder to your computer open windows explorer navigate to the tape player open it then select the files you want to copy to your computer right click select copy then navigate to the place where you want them saved or you can select the files hold the muse cursor on them drag them to the place you want to save them and drop them into it
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Just connect: one output from 100fx to uca202 line in. Connect an output that corresponds what you want to get (e.g. if you're going to record something use record out or main out) one line input from 100fx to uca202 line out. the USB cable from uca202 to your laptop's USB port. The solution is the same (in general) whatever mixer you may have.
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No, if you have a jack to plug the mic into you have a soundcard. However the mic is probably muted in the mixer software. Go to the control panel, left click on sounds and audio, then click on the advanced button; this should open the mixer in the play back mode, at the top left of the mixer go to options and select properties, a new page will come up with a radio button showing playback or recording, switch the radio button to the recording list and check everything in the checkboxes including the mic and press ok. A new mixer should come up with your recording deviced, from here you can set your microphone device volume.
I presume you are going in through the mic socket on the audigy?
If so the most likely cause is a mismatch between the mic and the mic amplifier on the card, they are designed for cheapo condenser mikes that have a fairly high output.
Also make sure you disable any inputs that ar'nt in use to minimize noise.
If you have the Mike plugged into the line in you have it in the wrong socket.
The best way to get a good result is use an external mic amp or mixer and go in through the line in. Again make sure you disable any inputs your not using (in the computer mixer) and turn down any sliders on the external mixer that ar'nt in use to minimize noise.
If you'r still having problems get back to me with a more detailed description of your setup, whats plugged into where etc...