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I've installed Record Now Music Lab 10. Running Vista 64 bit machine, AMD Phenom processor. Everything seems to work fine except that I have no control over the recording level. I can record but with no control over the recording level the music is distorted. I'm converting old LP's. Any ideas?

 

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I've installed Record Now Music Lab 10. Running Vista 64 bit machine, AMD Phenom processor. Everything seems to work fine except that I have no control over the recording level. I can record but with no control over the recording level the music is distorted. I'm converting old LP's. Any ideas?

 

What application are you using, and how are you hooked from your audio source to your computer?

 

 

 

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What application are you using, and how are you hooked from your audio source to your computer?

I'm using "Record Now Music Lab 10". I hve a line from my headphone out jack on the stereo to the mic in (pink) jack on the computer. This is the same arrangement I used previously w/ Record Now 9 on my former computer running XP. The sound is getting through but the control over the recording level doesn't function. Thanks for any help.

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I'm using "Record Now Music Lab 10". I hve a line from my headphone out jack on the stereo to the mic in (pink) jack on the computer. This is the same arrangement I used previously w/ Record Now 9 on my former computer running XP. The sound is getting through but the control over the recording level doesn't function. Thanks for any help.

 

 

You really don't want to just connect your turntable to your mic in jack for two reasons:

 

1) the mic in jack is probably mono, not stereo

2) the Mic is meant for a Microphone not a line level input source like speakers.

 

Ideally you would plug into the Line In jack,and control the input through the Volume Controls in your computer.

This is fine if you have a Desktop, if you have a Labtop it doesn.t have a Line In, just Mic in (you did not say what you have).

 

Desktop or Laptop you can control the input levels (trial and error) by going into Start>Control Panel>Sounds&Audio Devices(in XP) it will be similar in Vista (you did not say what Operating System you have).

If you have Vista look here for instructions http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=52951

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