#1
Yeah, so when I try to record stuff (Mic'd Amp) the sound that comes in my microphone comes out from my speaker...creating a damn reverb thing...how can I fix that...and ...lets say I'm playing a song on my computer, well even though there aint no mic connected to my computer, I can still record that song...I would like to fix that too...it seems to me that it is the same problem...Help please...thxs
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#5
I'm not quite sure if this is the problem, but you mean that you are recording a new track, and you've got this new track picking up the old one?

This question is not worded well enough.

Best I can do is maybe suggest headphones. I might be totally off though, I didn't really understand. Maybe if you could clean the wording up a bit you'll get a lot more help.

I know the pains of recording and want to help.
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Originally Posted by Sirwinston89
whoa man this is turning into the Dream Theater appreciation thread!!! If only every thread kicked this much ass!


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#6
well....mmm....I can record a song from my computer without eve having a microphone....I just open my recording program(multitrack studio...w/e not important) then click on ''record'' and play any song and it will record...
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#8
yess it does even if the speakers are off
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#10
Definately sounds like there is a mic installed in your computer, see if there is any way to turn it off, or just use that one to record.