#1
Can this be done? I'm using a splitter plugged into my soundcard, but it only records one, or in some cases neither mic. Is there a way I can do this?
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#2
make sure u have it set to stero mix for the input, it worked for me.
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#4
All right. I would really appreciate some help on this, I've checked every online forum I can. I am using a stereo splitter. Is that whats wrong?

If I plug one mic into the splitter it works, if I plug the other in, it works. But if I plug both in it flatlines. I've tried on every setting avaliable to me in both the stable and the beta versions.
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Focusrite ISA828 pres
Waves Mercury
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PRS CE 22
American Standard Strat
Taylor 712
#5
what kind of splitter are you using, in my experience quite a few of them will only slit one signal into two and not the other way around.
The kind of splitter you need takes two mono signals and combines them into one stereo signal.
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#6
It's a splitter that came with an ipod accessory pack.

How would I find a splitter that does specifically that? Radio shack?
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American Standard Strat
Taylor 712
#7
yeah go to radio shack and tell them what you need and what you want to do with it.
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#9
The problem is that both mics are being tied (shorted) together on one of the stereo channels. You need a splitter that is stereo to dual mono. A splitter for iPod headphones is stereo to dual stereo.