pat marcus wrote: Is there a way of turning down the sensitivity of the line in outside of audacity to get round the problem ? If for instance I turn down the line in level in my soundcard control panel, would this help or does that only affect the output ?
pat marcus wrote:I quite agree that a phono stage/preamp with a gain control would solve the problem...........
kozikowski wrote:Disks aren't that much louder. You have something else wrong.
There will be separate controls for input and output.pat marcus wrote:If for instance I turn down the line in level in my soundcard control panel, would this help or does that only affect the output ?
yes but i think the point is to bypass the mixer, thus maximising the quality of the recording. for example my dj mixer is almost 10 years old, worn out, and hisses a lot, so if i can bypass the mixer for recording my vinyl on to PC i am a happy man.stevethefiddle wrote:So you're into DJ stuff? do you have a DJ mixer? That will have a volume control on it. Use your DJ deck, into the DJ mixer, then into the Line In of your sound card (make sure it really is a Line in not a Mic in).
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