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How do I Use M7 Mic with Audiobox on Logic Pro X?

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asked Jan 8, 2017 in Computer Based Recording & Production by christophervasquez (150 points)
Hey. I just bought an Audiobox with an m7 condenser Mic and Headphones with Studio One. Im a Heavy User of Logic Pro X, just never used Logix to Record due to using Audacity. I plugged i in Read everything about the Audiobox and went through many websites to get y audiotex to work on Logic, I found nothing helpful. I'm using a 20 inch iMac released in the early 2009. My Computer is Running OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.6. Ive updated my Computer and Everything, Closed out all my Apps even Restarted the Computer, Still Nothing. I've used the M7 in the Past on Windows and it was the Greatest Thing ever Leading me to Buy the Persons AudioBox Package. What I got was a The audiobox and shame when i tried to use it. I know Presonus is Great but i was left in shock when i tried recording. Also the Mic Ended up Working in Garageband but not in Logic or Audacity. If you Know Any tips on how to get this Audio Box to work, I would Greatly Appreciate It!

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answered Jan 8, 2017 by ghasenbeck (355,450 points)
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The M7 is a Condenser Mic, it is not something that works in one DAW and not another. If you are having issues recording, it would stem from needing to properly install compatible drivers as well as making sure that you have configured your AudioBox on your Mac as well as in whichever DAW you choose to use. Keep in mind that you will need to engage the phantom power on the AudioBox, to power the mic. Make sure that you are using XLR-XLR mic cables as well.