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DJHaze

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make sure that the input level is low, i usually have min on around 0.4 and sounds clear enough.

also make sure that anything on your mixer is at a decent level, if everything is up youll just get a messy sound.

give it a go

ez.
 

tone090

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in order for it to sound alright i have to put the input on 0 and the bass and gain well low. i prob just got a shit cable or somethink
 

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i had that same problem, it was mainly because the levels were too high, too loud.

keep eveything in the green on the mixer and you should be cool
 

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my guess is that your all pluging into the mic input.... plug into the LINE input, the mic signals are far quieter than line so the mic input boosts the signal
 

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yeah soundforge is better, but none of these people are having probs because of their software, they are having problems because they either plug the signal into their mic input or because they are going well into the red on their mixer

soundforge would record terrible too in these situations
 
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