#1
I have a m audio mobile pre usb interface and when I record my voice it is deeper than how i actually sounded. I know this isn't just the way im hearing it, it's quite noticeable. Even the guitar ends up a little deeper sounding once miced and recorded. I use this interface along with adobe audition. What could be the problem? Oh, also I am using a mxl condensor mic and it gets the phantom power from the usb interface.
#2
lol im a noob whos never touched a recording interface but cold you have the bass turned up too high? eh... sorry im such a noob it probly doesnt even have settings like amps...
#3
how is that interface? i almost bought it today
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#5
Sounds like maybe a soundcard issue with your speakers?? Ive used my mobilepre on Audition for over a year now and it's worked flawlessly.

Could be the mic as well, but i'd have to think it's not the interface
#6
I think that's just how recording works. Also, your voice is going to be tons deeper. That's just how everyone hears their voice. I myself have a deep voice, and didn't know just how low I was talking until just a few weeks ago when my friend was annoying me with his camera/video phone.
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#7
maybe u hit puberty?
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#8
You didn't specify if "deeper" was an issue of pitch or an issue of frequency response.

If your recordings are being pitch shifted down ward, you have a problem with your soundcard / sample rate setting. Make sure you are recording at 44.1Khz.

If you are just getting a lot of bass in your recordings, this is normal. You are probably recording with a cardiod microphone and therefor experiencing the proximity effect. The closer you get to the mic, the more bass you will have with a cardiod mic. So back up from the mic some and your problems should go away somewhat.

I typically record my electric guitars on 10 (volume), but with the bass around 0-2 using a Rivera Knucklehead. The electric guitar sound on your favorite records does not have that much low end.

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#9
While the recordings being deeper is strange, can't it easily be counteracted with EQing afterwards? Just cut down the bass with a graphic EQ in Audition... (This is all assuming, of course, that when you say "deeper", it's an issue of frequency response, as brandondrury mentioned.)