Question about CAD Microphones GXL2200 Professional Microphone
You need to buy a USB interface (I use an M-Audio M-Track interface on my Mac) that plugs into your computer and the preamp will supply the 48 volts for the microphone. There are lots of different models of interfaces to choose from. Just make sure the description says it is able to supply 'phantom power'.
Once you have the mic plugged into the interface, and the interface plugged into a USB port on your computer, then you need to startup your favorite recoding program (I use Sound Studio on my Apple Macintosh) and open the Preferences and select the USB interface as your sound source.
Since I don't use Garage Band I'm not sure how you select the USB interface. A left-handed guess is that you may have to go to System Preferences - Sound - Input and select the USB interface.
Posted on Jun 02, 2016
You'll need an interface or a mixer.
Posted on Feb 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samson G Track USB Mic
To get sound in both channels in Garageband for a podcast using the G-Track Microphone:
select a voice track to record into
make sure the Track Info window is open (blue i button in lower right region of screen)
at the bottom of the Track Info window you will find Input Source:
Change the default setting of Stereo to Mono 1 (USB Audio CODEC)
This assumes you have gone to Garageband preferences and changed the Audio/Midi settings for audio input to USB Audio CODEC which appears when you plug in the G-Track Mike
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Technically, you can plug any microphone into a computer via an audio interface or USB(if applicable) With this mic it will require an audio interface just remember that since you are using a condenser you will need an interface that can supply phantom power. Good Luck, Cody J.
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
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