Question about Sony ECM-MS957 Professional Microphone
I'm using the ECM-MS957 to record .wav files on a PC (announcements for our telephone system). We're running on Windows 2000, and I'm using the 'Sound recorder' accessory. What I'm finding is that the resulting recordings are very quiet - any idea what I'm doing wrong?
Make sure the recording levels are as high as possible without going into red on the meter at all when recording, if the recording application has a compressor it may benefit to use it, if it does have one then there's probably a preset on it for voice. If the levels are adequate during recording then the problem lies in the output path.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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