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Help with computer microphone setup!!! PLEASE

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#1 azoutes


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Posted 30 March 2016 - 07:12 PM

I recently bought a cobalt Co9 and an icicle converter for it took hook up into my computer along with a live wire microphone cable to hook up the microphone to my icicle converter. Everything is set up and the computer reads the voice input from the microphone, however the input received by the microphone is very quiet, no matter what it is, even if it is me snapping. For example, I started up a game to test it out and record (I'm currently using LoiLo game recorder) and after counting to five and then snapping ten times, I couldn't here the verbal audio at all and the snapping barely came in, I turned the game volume down and the results remained the same. When I tried to configure the microphone it was in the red and only went to green if I shouted, so it isn't the game or recording software, please help soon as I wish to record as much as possible before I become busy with college. Thank you for your help and consideration :)

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