I have a SKP Podcast 200 microphone that I plug directly in my laptop (P2 conector) to do some recordings. Recently, to improve the overall quality of my recordings, I bought a Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD sound interface and a P2-P10 adaptor, as UMC202 only supports P10 or XLR inputs.
When I connect my UMC202HD in my laptop (running Ubuntu 16.04), everything seems fine, my operational system recognize the sound interface with its inputs. But when I plug the SKP microphone (with adaptor) no sound is recorded, don't matter which microphone I choose in my OS (I see two options for UMC202HD in my sound controls here). Even the LED that shows if there is any signal doesn't show anything.
I don't have any other microphone to test if the problem is with UMC202HD or the adaptor. This SPK mic doesn't need phantom power to function, so I didn't put phantom power on in my UMC202HD. I'm starting to think that this mic just don't work with this sound interface (as its a "simpler" microphone).
Anyone can confirm if this set (UMC202HD + SPK Podcast 200 + P2-P10 adaptor) should work fine?