Matt
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MXL 990 Mic, UR22-MKII sudden breakdown
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You need a multimeter to measure the voltage and current. I assume this XLR pin usage: 1 .. ground 2 .. positive 3 .. negative If XLR pin usage is different in your setup you will need to switch ...

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Isolate hoots seen in spectrogram
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You could try a high pass and low pass filter, and noise reduction. Then amplify the result if needed. For the high pass filter try a frequency of 400 Hz and for the low pass try 700 Hz. This gives ...

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How to remove street noise to isolate conversation?
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The audio codec is not really relevant. If capturing noise profiles does not work, then you can try operating with low and high pass filters. High pass filters help to elimiate humming of car motors. ...

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Subliminal messages in MP3
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Hiding messages in an unhearable spectrum will have zero effects on any human, no matter what they claim. However, we can still analyse whether they have indeed hidden something or not. You could use ...

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Can I use guitar cables to connect my keyboard to my audio interface?
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Use two TS cables. You need only balanced signals if the cables are really long and the signal is weak (low voltage). And of course the keyboard needs to output a balanced signal, what I doubt, ...

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How to achieve a 3D sound effect with limited processing power?
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Do you have stereo output? If so, just manipulate the volumes in the left and right channel differently. For example when: facing north: both channel levels at 100% facing east: left channel 60%, ...

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Do USB Audio Interface XLR Inputs show up as separate devices on Windows over the USB connection?
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It depends on the driver. I used to have a Behringer UMC404HD and that showed up as 2 devices, it had 2 channels combined into each device (channel 1+2 and channel 3+4). My TASCAM interface for ...

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Why does audio sound different in waveform v. multitrack?
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At the moment, I can think of only one thing. You said the level is at 0 dB on the track, and you mean the one on the left side where I have +0 in my screenshot below, correct? But there is a second ...

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Retroactively reduce high input volume
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I had to deal with a similar case once: a lengthy voice recording (4 voices mixed down to 1 track) with a lot of clipping. Well, the clipping parts were lost. But looking at your spectrum, it seems ...

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looking for a 24bit audio file only recorded in the lower 8 bits, or the ability to make such a file for testing
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I am pretty sure, you can only achieve this by creating the data yourself manually, and this requires writing a little program. There should be libraries for many programming languages that might help,...

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Sharing Cubase Audio over Microsoft Teams and being able to speak over it and hear others
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I did experiments myself with another DAW and had quite similar problems. Either you allow applications to have exclusive access to audio devices (default setting) then either the DAW or Teams work ...

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