Re: [SLE] NOT SOLVED - Re: [SLE] Sound recording level (new soundcard, glame, kmix...)
From: BandiPat (penguin0601_at_earthlink.net)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 21:42:26 -0400
On Friday 25 July 2003 06:27 pm, Joe Sullivan wrote:
> On Friday 25 July 2003 22:44, Joe Sullivan wrote:
> > It suggested a splice-n-dice fest to replace the mono plug with a
> > stereo plug. I'm going to try something of that nature as I really
> > want to use the good mic. The old one that seems to work records
> > like... well, standard cheapo computer mic so you probably know how
> > bad that is.
> Nope, no difference. I made a make-shift mono-to-stero-plug converter
> which worked, but there was no change.
> So the problem is still: How to record the mic as loud and clear as
> I'm hearing it in the speakers (i.e. with Boost on in gamix) rather
> than it recording without boost.
> You'd think it would be easy but apparently not. *sigh*
> Anyone got any ideas?
Ok, let me see if I understand this at all. New mic records, but the
resulting audio is very low. Old mic records like an old mic, but
volumes are correct and ok. Change of plug from working mic to
non-working mic results in low volume audio, same as original plug and
recordings. I think that is about right from what you have written,
Ok and now you are still hunting for a settings problem in software? If
I haven't missed anything from what you have written, I fail to see
where your question/problem lies. It would seem you have
solved/answered your own question with the things you have done thus
far. Did I miss something or have you missed something?
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