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I try connecting my co1u with fl studio 8 and I looked on YouTube how to connect a USB mic to fl studio it says go to options audio settings then I have to select my sound driver or device i click asio4all v2 then I click show asio panel I see my mic there with a x on it saying it's unavailable How do I fix this

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SOURCE: sound quality not good at all

open up the sound icon on control panel...select recording......select samson mic....make sure set to default.....go into properties ...and boost main volume slider....most mics after install are set quite low and you have to go in and adjust the vol input level

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