Question about Cakewalk Music Creator 4 for PC (787537064018)
Your microphone could be a mono or single channel pickup. Look at the microphone plug and count the isolators between the metal contacts, if you count one isolator and two contacts you have a mono microphone, or if you have two insulators and three contacts you have a stereo microphone. If your computer only has a mono microphone input you may have to use your line in on your computer. If your volume is weak and you get noise on your channel you may be required to use a microphone pre amp and plug the output into the line in jack. Last make sure your computer speaker mixer is set correctly for stereo.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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