What is mic and line level audio?
Mic level is -56 to -40 dbm. Line level is either -10 dbm or 4 dbm. You need a preamp to amplify a microphone to line level.
There are basically three levels in audio. Microphone level which is the very low level put out by a microphone. Speaker level is the very high level put out by a amplifier that feeds a speaker. Line level is the middle level that is used to feed audio between components. Consumer audio devices usually use a RCA connector for line level.
How do you record audio from computer not from the mic but from the speakers but record from a video for example?
How do you connect your art tube mp studio mic preamp to your laptop and if i have a preamp do i need a mixer too for my home studio?
In Pro Tools 9 or 10, you can use the MobilePre as an audio interface. You must select it as the input in the hardware options. The mic must be connected to one of the XLR microphone inputs on the MobilePre, the phantom power turned on if it is a condenser mic, and an audio track armed with the first or second input selected (depending upon where you plugged in the mic).
Your case has front panel audio and mic but doesn't cut audio from main speakers when you insert headphone jack in front panel?
Electronic mixers and other devices that receive signals from other instruments have to be able to deal with signals of varying strength. Mic level signals are not very strong compared to line level signals, for example, so there are often different inputs for mics and line in. Line level signals also vary dramatically. A pad switch reduces the strength of a signal before it is processed.
You will need to use your own digital voice recorder and then import the audio into the computer to put into iMovie. If you have a USB microphone you can plug that in to use. If the microphone has a jack plug you will need an adapter to connect the mic to a USB socket. The built in mic is not too bad it can be adjusted in the Input section of Sound in System…
How do you get yahoo messenger to play music in a chat room using audio-in and not use a microphone?
First, you need to determine if the the mic is even on. Open your "control Pannel" and locate your "sounds and audio devices" double click the icon. In the box that opens, select the "Voice" Tab. Below the mic settings there is a button "test hardware" This will check your configuration and allow you to set up the mic and volume settings. (mic sensitivity) You should be ready to use it now.
An audio interface is basically the device that allows the computer to send and receive audio data to and from the outside world. Audio in the computer is digital, and music coming from a synth or mic is analogue. The audio interface "converts" those analogue signals coming in to digital code (a bunch of numbers that the computer can read as a certain sound). Then it can do the same in reverse. The audio interface…
Your microphone should be automatically recognized by your system as an input device. To record from your mic to FL Studio directly, you need to load the Edison plugin and record with that. It's a small and useful audio editor. What you record can be edited in Edison and added to the project automatically as a saved audio clip or sample. Just don't forget where you saved the sample for future uses.
prior to the just released 4th generation iPod touch, there was no built in mic so anyone wanting to use voip phone apps and audio recording/editing apps were unable. the iPhone never needed one and since they both share the same app library the microphone ear buds were the only option for 3rd gen iPod touch users to use those apps. simply plugging a mic into the jack would not work because there must be…
You can do it in afew ways, but first you need an auido recording program. If you wan't to record audio from outside your computer (eg. Instument plugged in to the Line In) you: 1. Plug in the device/instrament in to the line in of the computer and then select line in on your audio recording program. 2. Press record and play your insrtament or speek into your microphone ect. ---- If you wan't to…