Today I tried to record the sound output from my Keyboard to Mic input of laptop and I found
The Lower Notes (frequencies) Like C and D have lesser amplitude than higher notes after being recorded . How can I increase the amplitude of Lower frequencies?
Also when I play my Keyborad using Sustain effect the sound actually fades for 5 seconds, but the audacity records the sound only for 3 seconds and the last 2 seconds were silence - Meaning the audacity is clipping out the sound once its reaches a low amplitude threshold. How to fully record the sound diminishing until zero?
I assume that audacity has a minimum threshold for recording frequencies and amplitude, how do I change them?
I assume that audacity has a minimum threshold for recording frequencies and amplitude
No, it doesn’t. It records dead flat from 0dB down to the limits of audibility -96dB and all audio frequencies. Windows, however, has problems. Audacity can only use whatever the computer gives it, and the computer has ideas and settings.
And only a mono microphone (or headset). It’s not a general stereo audio input like computers used to have. To get a connection for your keyboard, you need the usually missing blue connection like on this PC Desktop sound card.