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Problem with recording

Discussion in 'Recording' started by audion00b, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. audion00b

    audion00b Active Member

    I get meter readings when i arm a track ( around -50dB range), even when my input gain in my soundcard driver settings is set to null.
  2. audion00b

    audion00b Active Member

    anyone? i could really use some help here
  3. IIRs

    IIRs Well-Known Member

    More information required.

    What soundcard? Mic input or line? When you say "null" do you mean unity?
  4. audion00b

    audion00b Active Member

    Realtek HD audio..though im using a ASIO4all when im using Sonar X1. Recording through Mic In. i opened my Mic in Settings and turned the level all the way down. But im getting a meter reading at -50dB range in Sonar..
  5. IIRs

    IIRs Well-Known Member

    Do you mean you have a -50dB noise floor from the input? Is there anything plugged into it?

    To be honest, that's not that high for a consumer soundcard: you will need a proper audio interface to do much better.
  6. audion00b

    audion00b Active Member

    yeah, can i use a gate with a low attack and high release? i mean is that option
  7. IIRs

    IIRs Well-Known Member

    A gate should help. The ideal attack and release times would depend on the source material however.
  8. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    So where did you get the crack? Is it the AirISO version?
  9. GZsound

    GZsound Active Member

    The poor noise floor is most certainly the result of the Realtek POS.

    I would go ahead and record and then use noise reduction to remove the low level hiss...and then buy a professional interface.

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