Mic recording different from direct speakers

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das873
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Mic recording different from direct speakers

Post by das873 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:04 pm

Hello everybody!
I am new to this beautiful forum!
I am only a novice with audacity, so I post my first problem.

I am tring to register audio voicetrack for songs. I have a entry level condenser microphone, the Tonor pro with echo effect integrated.
Thi is attached to the pc through the standard 3,5 jack.
When I listen the voice directly with the speakers or the headphones, It looks pretty good. All the audible frequencies are reproduced directly. and very well.
But after recording many frequences disappear (especially the bass frequencies) and the voice sometime appears distorced. :o

What is the reason? :?

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Re: Mic recording different from direct speakers

Post by DVDdoug » Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:28 am

This page may help.

das873
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Re: Mic recording different from direct speakers

Post by das873 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:05 pm

Thank yoy DVDdoug!
That was the probem! Now the mic works perfectly!

Bye!

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