Solution. I'm all about great sounding audio. I have a K55DR ASUS , when for ex. ? Jnuttengr likes this. The most common problem is that the gain, which is basically the mic’s sensitivity, is set too high on your amp or audio interface. im on teamspeak, I have to set my sound +24DB so that people can hear me, but also then, they hear me with bad background quality. ReydanNL New Member. Until I got my new HyperX Cloud Revolver S and things started going bad through discord. quality, I didn't have it before? I can only change it to 44100 Khz, how can you change it to the higher one? the problem with a good mic is a bad room... Print view. In this video I'll show you how to make your voice sound better in OBS. If your studio has bad acoustics that seems to echo out every little footstep, your condenser mic is probably not the problem. my mic. Please help! 4~6" away is about as close as you should ever get to it. First you don't eat them. All about the tools and techniques involved in capturing sound, in the studio or on location. If its your first time using a studio condenser you have to relearn everything you knew about singing through a stage mic. The mic on it was fine and everything was good. Please don’t tell me the mic test is bugged because it fucking isn’t and my friends have told me my mic sounds horrible through discord. You should use a pop filter which will keep you from getting any closer and it also cuts down on some of the sibilance and esses. is built-in., and I also don't understand why I have two microphones? ShroniX, Dec 25, 2018 #2 Like Share. Issue 6 – Headphone audio not being recorded with Microphone audio. The solution is you have to change the quality in windows audio settings from 8000 kHz to 48000 kHz and then your mic will sound fantastic. However, ambient sound, bad cable connections, and moving air are also common culprits. There a handful of reasons that a microphone will emit static sounds. [My mic is a Speedlink pure desktop voice microphone, black] On skype or teamspeak when i play games with my friends they say my mic is fine, but when I record my mic is soooo bad. Truth be told, recording in an area with too much background noise will make your tracks sound muffled and cluttered regardless of what mic you use. Only Microphone audio is transferred to stream but not the headphone audio. How is that possible, and also, I have recently a bad mic. Problem. Please follow the below steps carefully, if you need both audios to be recorded properly, Step 1: Ensure all the inputs are plugged in properly. The mic quality was lowered and I had sounded very quite. Btw. deactivating all sound effects through Realtek and WIN10 control panel; Setting the mic to 0% (yes, it also distorts and sounds huge) Removing any software control over volume (reducing X% all windows sounds when using this as well as in Skype) Tried uninstalling ASIO drivers, reinstaling and so on (also affects ASIO) But remember, most people will use trashy speakers to listen to me so it's not imperative to sound studio great either.

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