Using a shorter USB cable may address this problem to some degree. I have tried to install Behringer’s recommended driver that’s Asio4all , but it doesn’t seems to work I can’t find the driver anywhere. I’m sorry that I answer you this late. Does your computer’s audio control have a mic boost setting anywhere? The incredible C-1U has an exceptionally-fl at frequency response and pristine sonic resolution that ensures content-rich audio that is as natural sounding as the original source. I can make recordings in an acceptable quality, but because I need to amplify the volume a lot, I get a bit annoying background noise which I find difficult to remove, even with noise removal. This powerful music production software gives you all the tools of an entire professional-grade recording studio.
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Apparently it is supposed to be blue, and a green light indicates that it is not receiving sufficient phantom power.
Does bheringer computer’s audio control have a mic boost setting anywhere? But, of course, it would be greater if I didn’t have to manipulate the recording so much, but maybe it’s okay till I find a solution By the way, I was thinking about what’s the differences in Audacity’s “volume booster” functions are.
There is a video on YouTube which may be of assistance: This may not have anything to do with your problem, but I found that my laptop defaults to the internal laptop microphone each time that I open Audacity. It is capable of capturing much more detail with a wider, flatter frequency response.
I’m sorry that I answer you asiio late.
Behrniger example, the AKG Perception USB microphone is so “hot” to use a technical term that an appropriate recording level for speech is about db. Board index All times are UTC.
Warranty details can be found at music-group. Condenser microphones, like the Behringer, require phantom power, that is, an external source of power the drive the microphone. It is also possible that it shares with other large diaphragm condenser mics the property of being beyringer really for recording loud music, not speech. Learning a DAW has never been easier, thanks to their vast and readily available library of resources.
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I have just created a support ticket at Behringer, so I hope they can help. And what is the difference of Audacity’s microphone volume slide on top next to the speaker level slide and the one to the left in a recording under “mute” and “solo”.
Low output from a microphone is a particular problem in spoken word recordings because the human voice, as a rule, is much quieter azio most musical instruments. Which brings us to software Thanks again – I really appreciate your help. I am currently working on a non-LV project, so have the lovely B. Those who do get this microphone working asoo appear to be pretty happy with the sound quality.
I am sorry not to give an easy fix. It’s very strange, especially because I have set the microphone level to the maximum in properities in Windoes asoi also have pushed the volume slide to max in Audacity. This is usually accessed by a speaker icon in the taskbar at the foot of the screen.
There are other videos which use additional plug-ins. Free Would Be Nice!
Handbook on Home Rule Sci-Fi removing memories: Until now, I have recorded two short texts to LibriVox with a lot of amplify and noise reduction, and I think the quality is acceptable. So I just wanted to hear if any of you LibriVox’ers know this mic and maybe have found a solution?
By the way, it is misleading to advertise this microphone as a large diaphragm condenser LDC. I can make recordings in an acceptable quality, but because I need to amplify the volume a lot, I get a bit annoying background noise which I find difficult to remove, even with noise removal.
And I do always plug in the mic first, and then open Audacity. The C-1U is a digital home recording or podca. However, I would object to paying for a third party driver when the manufacturer should be providing a workable one free of charge. The diaphragm diameter is 16 mm – the true LDCs start at 25 mm 1 inch.
If you have Realtek audio, the setting for mic boost may be well-hidden in a most unlikely place. And after a little Googling, I found out that Behringwr and Asio4all don’t collaborate that good according to this Wiki: What is a USB Condenser Microphone The primary type of microphone used in recording studios and radio stations, condenser microphones are the ideal choice for capturing vocals and acoustic instruments.