Recording input and system Audacity v2.2.0 Windows 10

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Recording input and system Audacity v2.2.0 Windows 10

Permanent link to this post Posted by Cherpster » Sat Nov 18, 2017 5:05 pm

I am trying to record myself and a discord chat, I'm trying to do this without having to enable "listen" to my microphone because the latency is very difficult to listen to in my headset, or at least lower the latency if possible. I am using a Neewer NW-800 mic with an XLR input to my Behringer UMC22 audio interface, i have my headset plugged into the interface with Direct monitor enabed. So far, the only way I have been able to record both is by enabling listen in windows settings, but as stated previously the latency is too distracting for me. If anyone has any tips or tricks to figuring this out please let me know.
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Re: Recording input and system Audacity v2.2.0 Windows 10

Permanent link to this post Posted by DVDdoug » Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:07 pm

You might try Pamela. (It's made for recording both sides of a Skype conversation.)
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