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You're probably trying to find the "What You Hear" (or, depending on the sound board of your PC, "What U Hear" or "Stero Mix" source), which is not visible in your posted screen shot, as opposed to th …
answered May 17 '16 by José David
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Normally the phantom power would only be present in the XLR inputs of the interface. For example, the Focusrite Scarlett, a very wide spread model in the market that has combined XLR and TRS connector …
answered Jul 3 '16 by José David
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Yes, you can shunt (short-circuit) the two signal conductors of the stereo cable and connect the output from the VCR to that cable with fear of damaging your equipment. This is a common quick fix for …
answered Aug 13 '16 by José David
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It's difficult to record several people talking with just one microphone, because using just one microphone, it will have to be omnidirectional (i.e. capture sound equally from all directions) and be …
answered Jul 14 '16 by José David
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If you can use your old laptop as a recording device or if you can use it as a DAW with current up to date software are really two different questions. I'm pretty sure you'll be able to use it as a …
answered Aug 15 '16 by José David
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Lower bit depths are not easily available simply because they are not looked for commercially, not because of some intrinsic technical difficulty. Audio interfaces or other capturing devices have thei …
answered Jun 11 '16 by José David