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The microphone does not record on stereo

When i plug in instruments stereo recordings are fine, but when i go with vocals it does not register the right side! what to be done?

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  • daniel_avf Oct 06, 2009

    the pan was already checked and its fine is set in the middle, if i turn it to the right you here nothing on vocals but you can listen the instruments i've recorded as for the jack everything i plug in sounds wonderful the problem is when i put the gtrack on inst/mic mode it records only the a left side.. :( is there anything i can do?

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Check the pan settings as sometimes its set to left or right also check the connector on the lead as it may have a faulty solder in the jack end

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