#1
Whenever I try to record something using the mic input it gives LOTS of noise. I've tried doing vocals, and also tried recording keyboards - both give a lot of noise. My friend says it's some problem with my sound card. Suggestions? Btw, when I record the guitar parts directly through a usb (using Digitech RP350), it records just fine. Only gives trouble when recording using the mic input

Thx
#2
Trying using the Line In spot. It is probably only mono, but you can copy and paste the track to make it stereo. What program are you using to record?
#4
*Turn off the microphone boost if u r using XP, in audio options.

*And turn down the input.

*Record.

*Audacity>>
- Amplify up to the volume u want
-Get the noise profile and remove it.

This works up to a certain level.
#5
I'm using Audacity. I connected the mic directly into the mic input of the CPU. No other connection. It's strange because I used the same connection to record some stuff a few weeks back and it worked fine, but now it's not working.
#6
Well in that case it's either broken or your doing something differently.


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