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My Blue snowball mic does not wokk. I am on os x 10.6.7

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Go into your MACs system prefs, 2nd line -> sound and set your prefs for external mic input...

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I want to use more than one microphone for a teleconference


Buy a USB mixer that would plug into the Mac, then plug the Snowball into the mixer. Make sure before you buy the mixer that it will have USB inputs for the Snowball, as most use professional XLR's. The output of a USB based mic like a Snowball is very minute to start with, as USB just does not put out the voltage.

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When you plug it in is it recognized at all? Also what operating system are you running?

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There is a 2 second delay with my snowball. I am trying to record and a vocalist needs to listen to their voice quality when doing so, however it is very difficult to actually record with headphones on...


The delay isn't the mic, it's the mixer or how you're routing signal that's causing delay. If you're using a stander mixer use 2 separate "aux.'s" one for your vocalist and 1 for yourself. OR i aux for your vocalist and you listen to final output (stereo mix)

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Blue Mic Snowball "not recognized


The serial number should be on the box. If you don't have the box, it will be located somewhere on the circuit board inside the mic.


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I got a blue snowball microphone and had 2 problems. On XP, I can get it recognized and record stuff (I use Acid Pro) but while I am recording (with headphones) I dont hear anything in the head phones....


Thanks for purchasing the Snowball! The problem doesn't look directly related to the mic (as it's purely USB) and monitoring is dependent on the capabilities of the recording software being used. For direct monitoring, we recommend GarageBand and Audacity.

Hillary, Blue Microphones

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