I've been using a traditional headset (Razer Carcharias) for a good while and
had no problems at all, but I've switched to a (non usb) condenser microphone
and now people can't hear me or hear me very low and distorted. It's only
mumble that has these problems, I can record (Adobe Soundbooth) and talk on
skype (and other VoIP) without any issues.
I've been tinkering with pretty much all the settings except Quality & Audio
per packet (which I'm going to try out since I've seen alot of those
suggestions on the forums) but I want to post my problem anyway.
It doesn't help increasing gain on my preamp aswell, the issue is clearly with
mumble in some way.
I'm pretty stumped at the moment, I really like mumble and I can't understand
why it won't work when I switch to a condenser mic and use the same audio card
I've always been using with my Razer headset.
Did you try re-running the audio wizard?
Oh, one thought: if you're using a microphone with an external preamp, make
sure you're getting input on the proper channel. I had to mix the left channel
of line-in to both input channels to get audio in both TS3 and Mumble, they
seem to tap different sides of a stereo input.
Thanks for your input.
Yes, i've tried rerunning the wizard. Reinstalling and removing all
settings/traces of mumble does not help either.
Do you mean mixing on the preamp or in windows? My preamp is a M-audio DMP3
and it only has a single channel. It's connected via the standard mic jack
output (converted from large to small. I can't find any channel-settings for
my Realtek audio card.
(The e-mail notification on reply does not work here for some reason :/ )...
WOOP. I found a sneaky slider that changed which channel it recorded input
from and it worked!
What is this "sneaker slider" you speak off?
I am having similar issues with my condenser mic through a M-Audio preamp. It
seems to work for a few moments if I tap on the mic or hit a few keys on my
keyboard before I talk. It is very strange.
ehh... "sneaky" rather.
Realtek ALC888, windows 7 professional 64 bit, using the Project Reality
flavor of Mumble if that matters.
I'm having the same problem! Condenser mic that works for Skype and Audacity, connected through a 3.5mm jack, doesn't work for Mumble. Please could someone help, it's so frustrating!
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