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evereux
post Aug 10 2003, 10:34
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I'm having a problem recording the output from my CD player through the line in of my soundcard, the Midiman Audiophile (Window's XP).

The problem is distortion. I can't seem to find a way to attenuate the line level input in soundforge and this is causing clipping.

I'm beginning to wonder if this can be removed since during normal playback (through PC) I also get audible clipping, even when the line in is attenuated using Midiman's control panel. I suspect the Midiman doesn't like the output levels of my CD player?

I'm quite sure the input signal itself isn't a problem since playback direct through my amplifier reveals no clipping.

Any ideas?


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Pio2001
post Aug 10 2003, 18:01
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The line in level is not in Soundforge, it must be somewhere in the midiman control panel.
Reduce it to a very low level and record a bit of audio.
If it is reduced, but is still clipped, like this :



but the wav directly ripped from the CD is not :



Then the soundcard input can't bear the signal outputted from the CD player. If the rip from the CD is clipped too



then the recording is correct, and the mastering of the CD is faulty.

I've got the same problem from my vinyl turntable. Using a DJ cartridge from Stanton, the line out level from the phono section of the ampli is insanely high, and the Marian Marc soundcard can't handle it, though it can record from a CD Player without problem.

If this is your problem, see if you have a variable output on the CD player, that can play quieter than the fixed one (monitored by the phone output level). If not, use the headphone output, if it has a level control. If not, try to use a recorder (cassette recorder, CD Burner...) between the CD Player and the soundcard, in record mode, so as to decrease the level with its recording level controls.

Anyway, if indeed the line in clips regardless of the line in level setting, you should complain about it at the technical support. This is a very annoying defect.
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- evereux   Recording line in with Soundforge   Aug 10 2003, 10:34
- - Pio2001   The line in level is not in Soundforge, it must be...   Aug 10 2003, 18:01
- - evereux   QUOTE If it is reduced, but is still clipped It i...   Aug 10 2003, 19:25
- - Pio2001   I think the solution is to find the line in record...   Aug 10 2003, 21:40
- - ancl   I have an Audiophile 24/96 myself, and as far as i...   Aug 11 2003, 00:01
- - Pio2001   ¿ WTF ?! I'm not going to get rid of my...   Aug 11 2003, 11:40
- - Brajanath   Hi, I'm new here (just started yesterday), an...   Nov 16 2003, 05:38
- - fewtch   QUOTE (Brajanath @ Nov 15 2003, 09:38 PM)My w...   Nov 16 2003, 08:39
- - Pio2001   QUOTE (Brajanath @ Nov 16 2003, 05:38 AM)Befo...   Nov 16 2003, 16:22
- - Brajanath   Your message is perfectly OK. I have not had the ...   Nov 16 2003, 16:56
- - Pio2001   I don't know... The problem with the cassette ...   Nov 16 2003, 17:10
- - Brajanath   QUOTE (fewtch @ Nov 15 2003, 11:39 PM)Not rea...   Nov 16 2003, 17:20
- - fewtch   QUOTE (Brajanath @ Nov 16 2003, 09:20 AM)QUOT...   Nov 16 2003, 17:53
- - JeanLuc   Of course you can adjust input sensitivity with th...   Nov 16 2003, 18:07
- - fewtch   QUOTE (JeanLuc @ Nov 16 2003, 10:07 AM)Of cou...   Nov 16 2003, 18:16
- - JeanLuc   It is the HW mixer which is situated besides the ...   Nov 16 2003, 18:25
- - Pio2001   QUOTE (fewtch @ Nov 16 2003, 05:53 PM)I don...   Nov 16 2003, 18:50
- - ancl   QUOTE (JeanLuc @ Nov 16 2003, 07:25 PM)It is ...   Nov 16 2003, 18:52
- - JeanLuc   QUOTE (ancl @ Nov 16 2003, 05:52 PM)I guess w...   Nov 16 2003, 18:55
- - ancl   QUOTE (JeanLuc @ Nov 16 2003, 07:55 PM)QUOTE ...   Nov 16 2003, 19:01
- - JeanLuc   QUOTE (ancl @ Nov 16 2003, 06:01 PM)You can, ...   Nov 16 2003, 19:09
- - Brajanath   QUOTE (Pio2001 @ Nov 16 2003, 09:50 AM)QUOTE ...   Nov 16 2003, 22:54
- - fewtch   QUOTE (Brajanath @ Nov 16 2003, 02:54 PM)My o...   Nov 16 2003, 23:22
- - Pio2001   QUOTE (JeanLuc @ Nov 16 2003, 07:09 PM)So I j...   Nov 17 2003, 01:46
- - Kos   Thiis is probably very banale for you in here, but...   Apr 21 2006, 09:56
- - AndyH-ha   I have to admit I have not read this very closely,...   Apr 21 2006, 20:20
|- - Pio2001   QUOTE (AndyH-ha @ Apr 21 2006, 09:20...   Apr 23 2006, 03:26
- - AndyH-ha   No that is incorrect. Some of those that use the W...   Apr 23 2006, 10:53
|- - Pio2001   I don't follow you. You are making a distinct...   Apr 24 2006, 19:43
- - AndyH-ha   Most analogue volume controls are passive. Potenti...   Apr 25 2006, 05:39


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