Setting up recording hardware


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Setting up recording hardware

Soundbooth has some basic recording capabilities. You can record in Mono, a single audio stream, or in Stereo. If you have the right equipment, you can record a voice in one channel and an instrument in the other. You can connect hardware directly to your sound card, or use a built-in microphone, or attach an audio interface to your computer's USB or FireWire port. Once you've got your audio hardware set up, you need to check your Preferences. So, on Windows, you go Edit > Preferences > Audio Hardware. On the Mac side of things, you go Soundbooth > Preferences > Audio Hardware.

On the Windows side of things, you have several default devices depending on your hardware, but in general, you probably have WDM sound, which is Windows Driver model or DirectSound, which is sort of the fallback. Then you might have an ASIO capable sound card installed on your computer. And your best bet is to go with ASIO, which is Audio Stream Input/Output. It's the higher quality sound ...

Setting up recording hardware
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Setting up recording hardware provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Soundbooth CS5 Essential Training

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