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Dec 22, 2006 Whoa Audio Recording Phenomenom Mar 21, 2008 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Even though none of the solutions provided helped me directly, by jumping from the links provided to other sites I came across this nifty solution. Recording should work as normal with the card. First of, Soundflower is awesome, can't believe something this useful can be free.

Yes, I am old and stupid so I need help. If your pc does not have line-in, then you might want to connect it to microphone port itself. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Skip to content Search… Search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search The team FAQ Menu Home Articles All Articles Tutorials News Classes Upcoming Classes Contact Location Forums Home Articles All http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/can-i-mute-speakers-while-recording-the-audio.178383/

Do they connect via USB? Despite only having recorded or used the mic a handful of times (where I folded it back into the "out of the way" position) there was a small wire inside the i have an asus computer Logged RhythmScript Forum Hero Posts: 1,879 Helpfulness: 1 Re: How can I mute the audio in headphones but still record? « Reply #5 on: May 08, This way I can solo tracks and turn stuff up and down without the artist complaining about how they want nothing but cowbell in their mix.[/quote] Oh how we all need

Apr 19, 2004 I can hear the radio through my speakers?!?!? I'm assuming you are trying to record a stream of something? A lot of videos and audios from various sources, such as Vimeo, Youtube can be downloaded other than recorded. Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...

All Rights Reserved. then turn the sending off when you record the next take so you dont get delayed hearing yourself.once RS gets back in, he'll clear up everything I got wrong. Terms & Conditions | © Cycling ’74 Subscribe to the Cycling ’74 Weekly Newsletter Let us tell you about notable Max projects, obscure facts, and creative media artists of all kinds. read review I do believe I found the answer, but I'm not at home to test it, and I want to see if I'm on the right path.

I guess that means I have something configured incorrectly. Like 0 people like this 2 years ago Mike Dutch 3 Posts 0 Reply Likes Exactly--thats why I know it doesnt work Like 0 people like this 2 years ago Mary turn off the feed from that one single channel to the master. I'm trying to use ActivePresenter on windows 7 on a Dell laptop I just got.

Regards, commented Nov 6, 2012 by anonymous edited Nov 6, 2012 by Ok I finally solved the issue but I did so with new hardware. read review I also used an audio splitter to plug some headphones in and actually hear what sounds are playing. again, before we can give further recommendation, it will be good if we know exactly what kind of system you're running for the recording. It does take an additional step, but this has been the best solution for some situations.

It is on the motherboard itself.Can you tell us what computer you have? If I unplug the headphones -- even if I mute the sound -- everything records fine. Thanks for any help. Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Contact Apple Please login or register. 1 Hour 1 Day 1 Week 1 Month Forever Login with username, password and

clapyoubeezy Starter Posts: 7 Helpfulness: 0 How can I mute the audio in headphones but still record? « on: May 08, 2011, 03:40:51 PM » I am using windows xp and Share this:EmailFacebookRedditTwitterMoreGoogleTumblrPinterest 0.00 avg. I run a headphone mix on outputs 3 and 4 of my M-Audio Firewire 410 to a headphone amp and it works great. turn off the feed from that one single channel to the master.

Is there a way to not hear it on the outside? clapyoubeezy Starter Posts: 7 Helpfulness: 0 Re: How can I mute the audio in headphones but still record? « Reply #10 on: May 09, 2011, 01:53:14 AM » oh yeah i I'd think you could crank it up as loud as needed but UNplug the speakers.

In order to be sure the volume of the recording is loud enough, the speakers need to be turned way up.

Regards, Your comment on this answer: Your name to display (optional): Email me at this address if a comment is added after mine:Email me if a comment is added after mine In the mixer track you've armed to record vox, disable the feed to the master track. I can't find the solution so i dont hear myself talk when recording? I want the system audio recorded while I listen on headphones ($400 non-USB).

But it seems the recording volume depends on the speaker volume; if I lower or mute the speakers the recording level goes down or off accordingly.Is this just how life is, Any other ideas? In order to be sure the volume of the recording is loud enough, the speakers need to be turned way up. Anti-spam verification: To avoid this verification in future, please log in or register. 0 like 0 dislike answered May 27, 2014 by TylerAskew (140 points) Check drivers properly Your comment on

Another way is to download the streaming audios or videos to your computer using a media downloader. It's probably not the best way to set up a cue mix but it works for me. Required fields are marked *CommentYou may use these HTML tags and attributes:

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Sound definitely cuts off from the laptop speakers when I do that, but Camtasia still records system audio for me. (I played a YouTube to test).Have you examined the "Mixer" settings?

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