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i need help with a recording headphone issue?

:roll: I have a dell comp with window's xp i am runnin Magix i have a samson co1u microphone and Audio-Technica headphones... how do i get it so i can hear my voice out of the headphones while I'm recording on the mic?

please get back at me on this i need to get this resolved yall!


MadTiger3000 Thu, 01/04/2007 - 10:10
hitemupkadafi wrote: this is a real recording ? and wut the fuck do u mean sears recording? is that susposed 2 be sum kind of a fukin joke ? im tryin 2 get this shit resolved and resume makin sum bomb ass music stop hatin!!!!!!!!

On the two music forums I participate on, I decided not to help people who have not come to the forum with any kind of respect.

Introduce yourself, maybe.
Let your first post be helping someone else in the community, and
not just asking for your own information.

moonbaby Thu, 01/04/2007 - 12:44
First off, this is the wrong section to post your question. Try the "Computer/DAW" section or the "Budget Gear" section. This section is for people who know their butt from a hole in the wall. You blatantly displayed that you don't, in a real illiterate "ghetto" kind of way. You got what you deserved. Expect that when you post the type of tripe that you did. OK, homey?

dementedchord Thu, 01/04/2007 - 14:43
you should start by doing a search... many are the times that the simpler things have been answered already... you might want to tell what version of software your using... what soundcard and/or interface... and as for respect you dont get it... you give it and hopefully earn it as a result... you gonna fine iaint the mos PC cat roun here... ya feelin me...

hueseph Thu, 01/04/2007 - 15:33
Just so you don't run away thinking this site sucks. Right click the speaker icon in the bottom right hand corner of the screen/adjust audio properties/audio tab/ make sure the default record device is your usb mic/make sure the default playback device is your soundcard(you didn't mention what soundcard you are using, so I'm assuming it's a soundbelcher.) Now go download asio4all because your next question will likely have something to do with latency. You also didn't mention anything about what software you are using. You mentioned Magix, but that could be any software from some audio cleaning to music creator to Sequoia. All totally different applications. This is a great site to learn from. It's best to use the search engine as much as possible though, as people get a little tired of answering the same questions over and over again.

RemyRAD Thu, 01/04/2007 - 16:33
What you are attempting to do is becoming very popular in many studios. Basically all you are doing is extending your recording console out to the studio area. You are providing a matrix of auxiliary sends. Because of the basic way that analog consoles work, all of their output drive sections such as your auxiliary sends, are frequently able to deliver plus 18 DB into a 600 ohm load. Because most line level inputs on most inexpensive Beringer/Mackie boards are between 10k to 47,000 ohms. Do the math. You can connect up to approximately 16 separate mixers if their line level load impedance was only 10,000 ohms input. Is 16 enough? If not? All you would need is 4 channels worth of Crown 60 W power amplifiers to buffer the auxiliary outputs from your console. Those Crown's could power 160! Is that enough?

So this sounds like a nice studio where everybody gets to create their own personal headphone mix? I think you will become very popular?

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Ms. Remy Ann David

RemyRAD Fri, 01/05/2007 - 10:03
Me thinks that hueseph is absolutely correct?? I think I've created a non sequitur here by entering a question from a different forum?

Terribly sorry you know? Rather embarrassing? Must've been the brain surgery?

My name is Remy. I'm from the planet Earth, most of the time....... CQ CQ CQ

I do believe I have made contact?