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MIc picking up song I'm trying to record over

When I try to record the mic picks up the song I'm trying to record over. So my voice is drowned out.

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Go to the settings where the balnce and remove the MIxage exterene its in french but it should be there on the right remove the tick and u should be good

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

Have you tried using headphones??

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