When I am recording LP's and cassettes I am getting what sound like sampling errors during track sections with low levels. Tracks with high levels sound OK but soft tracks seem to have 'holes' where the sound sinks down and then clips coming back in. Quite an unsatisfactory sounding result. This problem is evident on the Master project file. I have tried different sampling rates when recording and also different 'cleaning' effects with no success. Any suggestions?
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You certainly let the microphone or audio out volume during recording. when you record from external source it is better to cut the volume master volume unchecking it in the window mixer .
when no sound it amplifies itselfs and do a "larcene" I do not know how you spell it in english. a mini effect like a micro doing that horrible noise when .. I thing you know what I mean.. :)
if not this, its a rca problem of quality of the cables, or the cables pass close to an adapter, I've got this problem 'cos I have 2 mixtables chained and the cable was passing over the power supply of one of my cpu.
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If you want to know what this is the error code is related to
Click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured or click start type in event viewer pressENTER you might be able work your way through the problem if you need more help with this post a reply with the error message details Hope it helps.
All you need to do is connect two RCA plugs into the audio in of your laptop. The two RCA's go into a tape out of the recevier. If your laptop uses 3.5mm plugs for audio conections then get a 3.5mm plug to RCA plugs. See image below.
To record the music and convert it I would get Magix Audio Cleaning Lab, which you can pick up cheap on Amazon.
The sound will then come out of your speakers on your computer and then you can record it with Magix and convert it with the software to any audio format.
you've hit the nail on the head mate. It's your driver settings,you just need to change them. but first i need you to check something,coz when you install MAGIX it also installs it's own AOSIO drivers & VST-DX Adapter Light. but because you've up graded/dated windows these mite have changed,moved or even gone. so open magix music editor 2.0 from the program files / magix then open a new project,click on the red OPT record button then choose your settings. what are your options in the RECORD DEVICE AND FILE PATH drop down? let me known @ email@example.com
Can you hear any other sounds on your computer? If so, make sure your
recording properties are set to the device name that is producing the
sounds you want to record.
On my computer, this is called "stereo mix".
To get to the recording control:
1) Double-click on the speaker icon
next to the time on the very right of your task bar. 2) Click on
properties 3) Then, click on the options menu item. 4) Next, click on
the radio button next to record. 5) Select all the check-boxes 6) Click
At this point, if you aren't sure which device produces the sound
that needs to be recorded, you can select one at a time until it works.
There shouldn't be any more than 5 or 6 devices to choose from.