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Hi guys I tried recording on a old computer tongue.gif but the problem is there is no sound but u can hear it a bit if you set the volume very high
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So either there is sound or there is no sound, can't have both. Do you have "no sound" or low recorded volume?

Assuming you have a mic plugged in and your pc recognizes this, you'll have a control panel for the mic. If the recording is low you need to go to the properties of your recording device to see if you have levels that you can adjust. Just like a sound board in a recording studio you can adjust your input level.

Right click the speaker in your task bar, select recording devices. Then right click the microphone and choose properties. Some mics have a boost as well as input level adjust.
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So either there is sound or there is no sound, can't have both. Do you have "no sound" or low recorded volume?

Assuming you have a mic plugged in and your pc recognizes this, you'll have a control panel for the mic. If the recording is low you need to go to the properties of your recording device to see if you have levels that you can adjust. Just like a sound board in a recording studio you can adjust your input level.

Right click the speaker in your task bar, select recording devices. Then right click the microphone and choose properties. Some mics have a boost as well as input level adjust.
Very low recording volume I have no mic I use a G510 KEYBOARD sound
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Very low recording volume I have no mic I use a G510 KEYBOARD sound
We'll you do have a mic, on the keyboard. So the issue may be two things then. First, you need to check the software for your kb and look for any sort of level testing tool. But from there you also still need to check the levels of your sound card as I recommended above. Notice the image. Right click on your mic icon in the recording device control panel.
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We'll you do have a mic, on the keyboard. So the issue may be two things then. First, you need to check the software for your kb and look for any sort of level testing tool. But from there you also still need to check the levels of your sound card as I recommended above. Notice the image. Right click on your mic icon in the recording device control panel.
I have it set like that just trying it on a old PC that is Windows XP (LOL) but very low volume recording
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