I’m using Windows 7 and Audacity 2.0.2. I work in voiceover and trying to set up a “road” rig with my laptop. The mic I have is an AT4033. I am using the Phantom Power.
I have downloaded the Universal Driver from CEntrance and plugged everything in - phantom power is on. While Audacity doesn’t show the MicPort in the Input, it does record audio. However, it’s unuseable - “Swirly” and low-quality.
I’m editing to point out that the first issue I need to solve is getting AU/Win7 to recognize the MPP. Thoughts on that?
This may not be the only place to find this stuff, but that’s the usual suspect. Windows is always trying to produce a voice conference, not a theatrical recording. The first time you put a musical note through the channel, Windows will try to cancel it out.
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