Nevermind, tonight I recorded and inexplicably, there was the waveform dancing along with my voice. Now I have a microphone question. I have a cheesy little plastic thing with what looks like a mini-stereo plug on it that works fairly well although it sounds cheap. I have a nice professional mic with a inch plug adapted down to a mini, but it doesn’t look the same as the cheapy one does. When I record with this mic the levels are very low. I have the input set to max and it’s still very low. Am I doing something wrong with the mic?

Glen

 

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Subject: [Audacity-users] No Waveform while recording

 

I can record with a microphone using audacity, but there is no waveform on the track area when the recording is complete.  I can listen to the recording, so it is recording.  How do I get the waveform to appear in the track area?

Glen