Issues Recording with USB Soundcard


Hamit Campos
 

Where did you buy this? You may need to call them. or Beringer themselves if ya can do that.

On 4/19/2018 9:30 AM, Danny Miles wrote:
It's a Behringer UCA-222 USB soundcard. I've ticked "listen to
device" for both recording and playback and have also checked that
both playback and recording have it as the default windows device/have
it enabled.

On 4/19/18, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:
So what kinda card is this? Is this 1 of them pro ones qith XLRs and
what not? Cause some do let you and this is key mix your PC audio in but
most don't even do this. Yeah sounds like you want something like What
You hear. But Pro cards which are given that fancy turm audio interface
don't have this. Only things like the Sound Blasters or the built in
Realtech card if you're lucky.


On 4/19/2018 8:23 AM, Danny Miles wrote:
Hi everyone. I hope you're doing well.

I'm trying to re-connect my USB soundcard (Behringer UCA-222) to my
laptop and the Alto Professional ZMX52 audio interface. I've
uninstalled and reinstalled the soundcard drivers (successfully,
according to the notification) and I've wired my inputs and outputs to
the correct places on both the mixer and soundcard. I know I've got
the right ones because I'm getting content playing into my headphones
(plugged into the mixer) via the soundcard, both from the laptop and
from my digital radio. I've also managed to record from my laptop's
soundcard and then play it through the mixer but, for a reason that I
can't possibly fathom, I'm completely unable to record a signal
through the mixer (such as a station from my digital radio). The
software is recording, as there's dead air in my headphones and a file
duration is displayed, so I'm at a complete loss as to what might be
causing the issue. The only thing I can think of is the soundcard
drivers but they're obviously working to some extent ... I may even
have got a temporary sound recording out of them but, if so, it
stopped working as soon as it started which leads me to assume that
things aren't as they should be with the installation (after all, when
I re-installed the drivers and re-booted the laptop, everything
continued to feed out of the laptop's soundcard rather than reverting
to the USB soundcard and coming out of the mixer).

Apologies for the long, rambling and probably confusing post ... any
advice will be gratefully received.






Danny Miles
 

I've run a recording test in GoldWave and both channels are peaking at
-76db (no signal detected).

On 4/19/18, Danny Miles <toptunesdanny@...> wrote:
It's a Behringer UCA-222 USB soundcard. I've ticked "listen to
device" for both recording and playback and have also checked that
both playback and recording have it as the default windows device/have
it enabled.

On 4/19/18, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:
So what kinda card is this? Is this 1 of them pro ones qith XLRs and
what not? Cause some do let you and this is key mix your PC audio in but
most don't even do this. Yeah sounds like you want something like What
You hear. But Pro cards which are given that fancy turm audio interface
don't have this. Only things like the Sound Blasters or the built in
Realtech card if you're lucky.


On 4/19/2018 8:23 AM, Danny Miles wrote:
Hi everyone. I hope you're doing well.

I'm trying to re-connect my USB soundcard (Behringer UCA-222) to my
laptop and the Alto Professional ZMX52 audio interface. I've
uninstalled and reinstalled the soundcard drivers (successfully,
according to the notification) and I've wired my inputs and outputs to
the correct places on both the mixer and soundcard. I know I've got
the right ones because I'm getting content playing into my headphones
(plugged into the mixer) via the soundcard, both from the laptop and
from my digital radio. I've also managed to record from my laptop's
soundcard and then play it through the mixer but, for a reason that I
can't possibly fathom, I'm completely unable to record a signal
through the mixer (such as a station from my digital radio). The
software is recording, as there's dead air in my headphones and a file
duration is displayed, so I'm at a complete loss as to what might be
causing the issue. The only thing I can think of is the soundcard
drivers but they're obviously working to some extent ... I may even
have got a temporary sound recording out of them but, if so, it
stopped working as soon as it started which leads me to assume that
things aren't as they should be with the installation (after all, when
I re-installed the drivers and re-booted the laptop, everything
continued to feed out of the laptop's soundcard rather than reverting
to the USB soundcard and coming out of the mixer).

Apologies for the long, rambling and probably confusing post ... any
advice will be gratefully received.







Danny Miles
 

It's a Behringer UCA-222 USB soundcard. I've ticked "listen to
device" for both recording and playback and have also checked that
both playback and recording have it as the default windows device/have
it enabled.

On 4/19/18, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@...> wrote:
So what kinda card is this? Is this 1 of them pro ones qith XLRs and
what not? Cause some do let you and this is key mix your PC audio in but
most don't even do this. Yeah sounds like you want something like What
You hear. But Pro cards which are given that fancy turm audio interface
don't have this. Only things like the Sound Blasters or the built in
Realtech card if you're lucky.


On 4/19/2018 8:23 AM, Danny Miles wrote:
Hi everyone. I hope you're doing well.

I'm trying to re-connect my USB soundcard (Behringer UCA-222) to my
laptop and the Alto Professional ZMX52 audio interface. I've
uninstalled and reinstalled the soundcard drivers (successfully,
according to the notification) and I've wired my inputs and outputs to
the correct places on both the mixer and soundcard. I know I've got
the right ones because I'm getting content playing into my headphones
(plugged into the mixer) via the soundcard, both from the laptop and
from my digital radio. I've also managed to record from my laptop's
soundcard and then play it through the mixer but, for a reason that I
can't possibly fathom, I'm completely unable to record a signal
through the mixer (such as a station from my digital radio). The
software is recording, as there's dead air in my headphones and a file
duration is displayed, so I'm at a complete loss as to what might be
causing the issue. The only thing I can think of is the soundcard
drivers but they're obviously working to some extent ... I may even
have got a temporary sound recording out of them but, if so, it
stopped working as soon as it started which leads me to assume that
things aren't as they should be with the installation (after all, when
I re-installed the drivers and re-booted the laptop, everything
continued to feed out of the laptop's soundcard rather than reverting
to the USB soundcard and coming out of the mixer).

Apologies for the long, rambling and probably confusing post ... any
advice will be gratefully received.







Hamit Campos
 

So what kinda card is this? Is this 1 of them pro ones qith XLRs and what not? Cause some do let you and this is key mix your PC audio in but most don't even do this. Yeah sounds like you want something like What You hear. But Pro cards which are given that fancy turm audio interface don't have this. Only things like the Sound Blasters or the built in Realtech card if you're lucky.

On 4/19/2018 8:23 AM, Danny Miles wrote:
Hi everyone. I hope you're doing well.

I'm trying to re-connect my USB soundcard (Behringer UCA-222) to my
laptop and the Alto Professional ZMX52 audio interface. I've
uninstalled and reinstalled the soundcard drivers (successfully,
according to the notification) and I've wired my inputs and outputs to
the correct places on both the mixer and soundcard. I know I've got
the right ones because I'm getting content playing into my headphones
(plugged into the mixer) via the soundcard, both from the laptop and
from my digital radio. I've also managed to record from my laptop's
soundcard and then play it through the mixer but, for a reason that I
can't possibly fathom, I'm completely unable to record a signal
through the mixer (such as a station from my digital radio). The
software is recording, as there's dead air in my headphones and a file
duration is displayed, so I'm at a complete loss as to what might be
causing the issue. The only thing I can think of is the soundcard
drivers but they're obviously working to some extent ... I may even
have got a temporary sound recording out of them but, if so, it
stopped working as soon as it started which leads me to assume that
things aren't as they should be with the installation (after all, when
I re-installed the drivers and re-booted the laptop, everything
continued to feed out of the laptop's soundcard rather than reverting
to the USB soundcard and coming out of the mixer).

Apologies for the long, rambling and probably confusing post ... any
advice will be gratefully received.


Joe Paton
 

Hi Danny,

sounds tricky. There is a setting in the recording properties of each
connected device those which support this feature, Listen to
there are four pages, listen is one of these. I think it's like the old
What you hear.

Might be climbing up the wrong tree here danny, hope you can sort it out,
and would love to know the eventual solution .


Joe Paton
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Danny Miles
 

Hi everyone. I hope you're doing well.

I'm trying to re-connect my USB soundcard (Behringer UCA-222) to my
laptop and the Alto Professional ZMX52 audio interface. I've
uninstalled and reinstalled the soundcard drivers (successfully,
according to the notification) and I've wired my inputs and outputs to
the correct places on both the mixer and soundcard. I know I've got
the right ones because I'm getting content playing into my headphones
(plugged into the mixer) via the soundcard, both from the laptop and
from my digital radio. I've also managed to record from my laptop's
soundcard and then play it through the mixer but, for a reason that I
can't possibly fathom, I'm completely unable to record a signal
through the mixer (such as a station from my digital radio). The
software is recording, as there's dead air in my headphones and a file
duration is displayed, so I'm at a complete loss as to what might be
causing the issue. The only thing I can think of is the soundcard
drivers but they're obviously working to some extent ... I may even
have got a temporary sound recording out of them but, if so, it
stopped working as soon as it started which leads me to assume that
things aren't as they should be with the installation (after all, when
I re-installed the drivers and re-booted the laptop, everything
continued to feed out of the laptop's soundcard rather than reverting
to the USB soundcard and coming out of the mixer).

Apologies for the long, rambling and probably confusing post ... any
advice will be gratefully received.