I can record only vocals when I have it set to inst/mic. I've tried everything. I have it set to inst/mic in mono mode and I have 2 mono tracks open in Sonar LE one set to right for the guitar and the other set to left for the vocals. The only time I can record guitar is when its set to input only in cpu mode.......this is driving me nuts PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
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It's probably the mic, or you have some mental condition. I'm going with the mic, try returning it and getting a new one and if there's no difference, then try the software you use on whatever it is you're recording it with.
Disagree with previous post. The GTrack is designed to record vocals and a mono insrtument at the same time. That's its main selling point. It should also allow monitoring of both the vocals and guitar alongside the playback from the computer. In your computer's Control Panel, go to sound preferences, select the usb microphone and click on advanced tab. It is likely yours is set up to record 1 channel at CD quality - this is how many ship for some reason. Set it to 2 Channels CD quality. In Sonar, set your track input as USB Left for the vocals, and USB Right for your guitar.
Im having the same probz, got a Hp Pavilion Vista using mobile pre amp usb when i record using a condenser mic XLR nothing is picked up from the channels in Cubase or Nuendo. Im trying to record vocals but the Mic is not picked up and i cannot hear myself in the headphones and it wont transfere to cubase.
It has worked before when i had a desktop, but this only worked with a separate m-audio sound card inside the desktop and i plug in the output jax leads from the desktop (soundcard) to the m-audio usb pre amp
Is this why it is not working for the laptop do i need a Jax connection and where is this audacity
These are really cheap mics! I have two dozen of them because what I do requires the mic to be expendable. The capsule is pretty fragile and just a little drop or hit to the mic can drastically alter the frequency response and output level. If you record with it and it has a hollow sound I would bet this is what happened. If you can generate white or pink noise out of your system, then record it. Just hold the mic in front of the speaker. Play it back and compare the tone of the recording to what you just heard. Hollow? There you are!
If you are trying to make your voice "fit in the music" better is there a sync button ? If it is the tone quailty as I was horrified at what I sounded like the first time I heard my self, then practice voice lessons and playback more practice. Remember to sing on the vowels.
hi there..if there is video and background audio coming out from the TV, and no voice recognition from the mic- then mic is the problem. I believed the problem is the "voice coil". This is a part that can be replaced- you can contact me and we can repair that.
two ways to check remove the mic ball the part which the mic ball is is covering is the voice coil. try holding both terminals (black and white wire)- if there is feedback sound- it is open and need to be replaced try using your tester- test the impedance- there should be 500- 600 ohms reading
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