Reverb in the headphones when recording vocals!!

Please show me how to do so on vocals voice in the headphones with the effect (delay, Revere, etc.), and did not record this effect!!!

If you listen to Audacity feeding your voice back out to you via the Playthrough option, the voice has to go through multiple delays and can sound like an echo in your headphones. The three hardware ways to perform overdubbing we wrote about all get the headphone signal from the microphone or device, not the computer.

Those don’t have the echo problem.

You can help this in software. ASIO is a software package designed to do this, but Audacity does not directly support ASIO. Audacity 2.0.5 includes WASAPI that I think does that on Windows machines. I’ve never used it.