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Hi. When recording vocals there is a distinctive echo through the headphones

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asked Nov 1, 2015 in Studio One 3 by oasisfernandes (200 points)
Please assist me as to how to remove the echo when live recording vocals with head phones.

Tkx

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answered Nov 2, 2015 by oasisfernandes (200 points)
Thank Buddy, IF you can let me know which is the (MIX) Knob (yes it is a USB connection from the A Boix to the laptop.

 

Kind regards

 

oasis
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answered Nov 2, 2015 by oasisfernandes (200 points)
Basically, I have the system all plugged in and working, but when I do a live recording through the Microphone and press the Phantom Key, I hear a distinctive echo through the head set which interferes with live recording.

It is not each to sing through the microphone with the head phones when there is an echo as it is so difficult.

Kind regards

Oasis
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answered Nov 4, 2015 by matthewgorman (51,500 points)
That is latency between hearing what you are singing directly from the hardware, and then again on the return trip from the PC. You can lower the buffer setting in the AB control panel app, making sure you don't have studders, pops and clicks from overworking your pc. You can also do as suggested by playing with the adjustment on the mix knob on the front panel of the AB.
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