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#1 TsVk!

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Posted 28 May 2013 - 08:11 PM

Hey guys,

 

Google is not being my friend on this... Watching some tutorial videos but am constantly irritated with crackling in the bad recording. Does anyone know a software application that can control the output audio in Windows, to give me tools like eq and x-crackle/x-noise type features. ?

 

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Posted 29 May 2013 - 05:27 PM

Hi TsVk!,

 

What audio device driver are you currently using?

 

I know some audio drivers can provide more control over the sound with additional features such as an equalizer rather than using the default Windows drivers.  I'm not sure whether this is applicable to your sound card but could be a place to start.

 

Keep me posted on how you get on, it would be interesting to know if you find a third-party software that can do the things you require.



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Posted 29 May 2013 - 06:40 PM

Hi Masher,

 

the windows vm is running on legacy drivers... just off the internal sound. I don't even know what the motherboard is to be honest without looking, bet it has a good ol' soundblaster chip though, I just chucked the computer together with some bits lying around to do testing on.

 

kmix is driving my host audio from debian... there's plenty of levels to insert stuff if I can figure what.

 

will shout out if I find something.



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Posted 30 May 2013 - 02:52 AM

Hi TsVk!,

 

I've only briefly dabbled with Linux so you will know more than me when it comes to that side.

 

I wasn't aware that you were running Windows inside a VM.  What software are you using to host the VM? 

 

I know I had a similar issue from a Windows test machine I was running inside VMWare player but thought nothing off it, although I remember fixing it by accident whilst troubleshooting another issue. I'll see if I can find my notes on this.

 

Cheers.






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