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The mic does not record stereo anymore. when playing back a stereo works fine but when recording in stereomodus only the left channel records, the right channel seems to record silence/noise

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This Mic is not a stereo Mic. If you're using a windows computer, check your sound control panel to see if the mic wasn't suddenly set to two channel device.

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Hey. I'm having a problem with my samson g track after I've recorded midi and audio. When i try to burn a cd and change the midi into audio I loose all the sound from the midi. Does anybody know how I can retain the sound and quality of the midi once the sound has been mixed down? thank you.

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