Please excuse my bad english.
Microphone is connected to PC. In the Windows' tool "Sound" -> "Recording" there are 2 microphones: first one which is built-in laptop, second one which is connected to audio card inlet.
With audio driver "ASIO4ALL v2" choosen at Edit -> Audio Hardware Setup -> Multitrack View -> Audio Driver recording comes from built-in microphone.
With "Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver" choosen recording comes from connected microphone. This microphone is better, but because of driver the recording sounds badly.
Can I use connected microphone with ASIO4ALL driver?
Thank you for your attention.
Audition version - 3.0
Your external microphone may be better but may not match the audio card mic input very well. Built in soundcards are really only meant for gaming playback or Skype communication purposes and are not good quality. So your mic might not sound any better even if you could pick it up in ASIO4All. However if you open ASIO4All's set up options you should be able to select the external mic there and use that instead of the internal one.
Where are ASIO4ALL's options? I tried to find any programm that goes with driver, but found only Audition's "Control Panel", where only buffer's size can be changed.
That mic works well in Skype, shouldn't it work well in Audition?
At least thank you for answer.
ASIO4ALL has an off-line settings panel, which is what you need to open to see what's available. If it didn't install an icon on your desktop, then you'll find it in Start>Programs.
In that case, there's no MME driver installed for the second microphone.
When you say that you're getting a 'bad' recording using the ASIO driver, what exactly is wrong with it? Can you post an example?
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