HOW TO USE A USB SOUND CARD ON A PC/LAPTOP AND THE FUNCTIONS OF A USB SOUND CARD
This time, Mimin will share about using a USB Sound Card for home-style recording. Check this one till the end, haha.
OK, here's a little narration:
Starting from the damage to my netbook that has been repeatedly reinstalled, updated the motherboard, and swapped the hard disk, until it couldn't be helped again (mahfum, almost six years together, and ended in a kilo driver). Like it or not, I have to change the netbook. Thank God I got a new netbook, it's really nice. But, u know that today's netbooks seem to be different. For example, the processor used is a minimum of windows 8/10, even though in fact I am very loyal to windows 7. Mine is 64 bit, but it can't be other than win 10, nach, you know. Finally now forced to adapt to the most recent tools plus. It's fine, the longer it can take. Trust me, just go through it first.
Over time, the necessary software is installed one after another. Don't forget my hobby of audio correction is still ongoing. Until one moment will be recording, just realized if the microphone and earphone holes are combined into one. Meanwhile, the devices I have are separate. Plugging in earphones can't record, instead of plugging in the microphone, it's not detected. Wow, this is very confusing?
As a result of browsing and asking here and there, this netbook requires an audio splitter so that it can record as well as playback with separate devices (the goal is that I don't buy again hihi). If you want instant, just plug in the earphones just like the ones on your cellphone, yes, there are three or four "circles" in the jack. Some people say ring. What's the name you need to know right.
It's a shame the quality of the recording and playback is fantastic. I don't know if this is my Chinese-made android default or some other factor. Still curious.
Take a good look at this USB sound card.
USB SOUND CARD
Remember, guys, this USB Sound Card will soon be integrated with the netbook mixer. So if you press the volume up/down button, the speaker volume on the netbook automatically goes up/down.
Connect the microphone jack to the microphone jack on the USB. Keep plugging the USB into the USB port on the netbook. Watch the live USB sign light that has identified meaning.
How To USe USB Sound Card
- Right-click on the speaker icon at the bottom right, and select the recording device. Watch the list of microphones and make sure that the Microphone USB Audio Device has a green circle and a tick symbol, meaning the standard is the special microphone used. Then you try to check the sound on the external microphone. If a few of the lines to the right are green and fluctuate as you speak, your microphone is ready for use. If not, check again, maybe the plug doesn't match. Disable other microphones.
- Click the properties - levels tab, and slide the numbers until you ththeyk it fits best. My advice is not to get to 100, the problem is of course the sound is a bit broken. Between 70-98 only. Then OK.
- Click the Playback tab. In this place, there are several speaker options. If you have good quality earphones, then choose a USB audio microphone device, because the sound will be heard in more detail. Just plug the earphone into the slot on the USB Sound card, but if you don't have good earphones, like me :(, you can use the built-in speakers. Click Ok.