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I get a continuous beep sound when plugging in my Lexicon Alpha interface. I tried a different usb cable and nothing. I dunno what's wrong.

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SOURCE: Lexicon alpha interface is recording a faint high pitched sound

Check for ground loops.

You MIGHT be able to cut the noise by setting the EQ's to clip the highs.

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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SOURCE: hi, i have the Lexicon Alpha Personal Recording

Make sure you have NO antivirus/antispyware/antiadware or other resource hogging background programs running while processing the audio. These programs hog resources to the point that the buffering within the audio devices is overrun causing gaps.

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Check the power adapter for the Lexicon. The USB may not be supplying enough without the adapter to run this.

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SOURCE: There is a high frequency

Make sure you are using BALANCED cables either XLR or TRS. Make sure ALL interconnected equipment is powered from the same receptacle. Make sure the level to the Lexicon is line level as using excessive gain at its input will admit noise.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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There is a high frequency noise in my sessions. I am using a Lexicon Alpha interface with Cubase 5 but now I can't record because of the noise. How can I solve this problem?


Make sure you are using BALANCED cables either XLR or TRS. Make sure ALL interconnected equipment is powered from the same receptacle. Make sure the level to the Lexicon is line level as using excessive gain at its input will admit noise.

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Just bought a lexicon alpha. I installed everything, all drivers are up to date. I can get it to play audio out through my monitors but I can't get it to receive signals in. I tired my sampler into the...


First, I could NOT find an MXL99 microphone... IF you have an MXL990 microphone, you can STOP trying to have the Alpha read it because it won't !!! The MXL990 is a condenser mic and requires that Phantom power be supplied to it and the Alpha does NOT have Phantom power.
I have found a common problem on the audio interface inout is having to GO INTO the windows Sounds and Devices and verifying that under the VOICE tab, checking that the inout device is listed AND then checking the volume is turned up in that window... It seems like you have to verify everything and tweek a dozen places to get everything right to work. Having to look under the "VOICE" tab is not a good description of where the Alpha input control should be... so anyway, check that as well as it is not MUTED in that window. With Adobe Audition, make sure you set under the options, the "metering" to monitor the input recording level.

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Hi, I bought a Lexicon Alpha in order to use with Apple Mac (Logic). Now, my microphone is a dynamic microphone so it does not need any phantom power. When I connect the usb cable, the blue light comes...


I suspect the problem is with the software setup in your PC. Verify all the options and also verify that the AUDIO system is assigned as stereo and assigned to the Lexicon for both in and out... Also check any "PAN" control settings. There is a possibilty that the Alpha has a dead channel...

Try putting a stereo signal into the 1/4 inch jacks and see if both record... if NOT then take it for repair under warranty... I had a Lexicon Omega that had a problem myself... warranty repair...

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I have bought a Lexicon alpha and have a consenser mic. Since the alpa doesn't support condenser mics I am running the mic through the system I bought it with, a ART TUB MP. Still I cannot get any...


You should be using XLR to XLR cable from the ART to the Alpha. You need to have recording software and the driver for the Alpha correctely loaded. Verify that in the PC when you go to the control panel in Windows and click on the "Sounds and Devices Icon that clicking on the VOICE tab that the Alpha is listed as the default audio for both in and out.

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Hi, i have the Lexicon Alpha Personal Recording Studio connected to my mac via USB. im running two powered speakers via phono to phone lead. When i try play music through the speakers it doesnt play...


Make sure you have NO antivirus/antispyware/antiadware or other resource hogging background programs running while processing the audio. These programs hog resources to the point that the buffering within the audio devices is overrun causing gaps.

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Im having a problem with hearing my b-1 studio condenser mic on the lexicon alpha progam?


Sorry but... Very simply, you CANNOT use a condenser mic with the Alpha since it does not supply the required Phantom power for the mic. You must step up to another interface to use condenser mics. You can use dynamic mics with the Alpha or other audio sources. I use a Roland/Cakewalk UA25E interface with condenser mics and also the Lexicon Omega which does have Phantom power for the mics..

Nov 03, 2010 | Lexicon Alpha Personal Recording Studio

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Ive been able to record and now i cant record bcuz the screen says "no inputs..." but i can hear music thru the inputs and the lexicon alpha is selected as the input and output sourc. whats wrong????


It sounds like you have NOT connected via the recording software.
It is like the normal Windows software audio has hijacked the audio system even though it is external.

Go into your recording software and look for an option to select the Lexicon device. You did not tell us what recording software you are using.

This is not an uncommon problem with these external audio recording devices.

Apr 14, 2010 | Lexicon Alpha Personal Recording Studio

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Lexicon alpha interface is recording a faint high pitched sound


Check for ground loops.

You MIGHT be able to cut the noise by setting the EQ's to clip the highs.

Jul 09, 2009 | Lexicon Alpha Personal Recording Studio

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