I use Audition on Windows 7. I have an ION Profile LP turntable to put vinyl to CD. The USB "audio level" is so high I have to set the Windows 7 recording level to 2. That doesn't give me much leeway of setting a decent recording level.
Is there any trick to handling this, or is there some utility that will attenuate the USB audio before it reaches Audition?
I have to use the RCA outputs of the turntable at the moment because of this problem.
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Unless there is an output level control on the usb turntable the only way to set is either through an eternal attenuator or go to control panel/sound and adjust the line-input control level.
If you get the proper sound output from the rca connectors to your sound card line-in then use that and forget about the usb connector.I think,therefore i am a hamster.
Maybe there is a pot in the guts of the circuit board that could be tweaked, but that's not for the faint of heart...
I notice those models are notorious on the webboards for their lower quality (cheap TT, cheap cartridge, no-antiskate, hum), so I'm not surprised.
I thought I was pushing my luck. Might be a good app to write, it is only a bit of arithmetic.
Found this: http://download.cnet.com/USB-Audio-ASIO-Driver/3000-2120_4-10066659.html, but $70 is a bit on the heavy side.
Last edited by NDMMackay; 2nd Dec 2014 at 21:18.