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Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622 USB & Recording With Goldwave


Philip Francis Anderson
 

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone connected to
my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my Behringer
mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I can
achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both utilising USB
Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled with
assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

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Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

I don't know that mixer but it sounds like an audio routing problem. You clearly have the USB part of the mixer installed and now the microphone output needs to be routed to the master track. I know how this would be done in Reaper but I have not used Gold Wave. I suspect that the mixer only uses one channel to Windows. Therefore, there must be a switch on the console to route the microphone's output to USB.

Regards,

On 22 Aug 2020, at 17:17, Philip Francis Anderson <pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone connected to
my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my Behringer
mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I can
achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both utilising USB
Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled with
assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

Philip Francis Anderson

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Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.



"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.



Contact:

Lan: 01782 970755

Mob: 07948 568191

E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk



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Georgina


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Philip Francis Anderson
 

Thank you, Georgina. I know the button you are talking about. Yes, it's
depressed. Upon running a test, it is saying my microphone levels within
Goldwave are too low. However, even when I increase them to maximum,
playback still returns silence. This said, when I switch from USB Audio
Codek within GW's Device Tab to USB Codek Looped back Speakers, Goldwave
will allow me to record and playback sounds captured via my computer.

It is possible there's another button on the Behringer which I need to
activate, or another setting within GW I've overlooked.

Thing is, I'm knew to this particular brand of mixer. I use to own quite a
snazzy Alan Heath Mixer in the past, but the one I wanted and was familiar
with, was just a tad outside my current budget. Had I still been working in
radio, then I could have justified the £1,000 capital outlay. It just so
happened I managed to purchase this Behringer XENYX 12 channel X1622 USB for
under £200.00 brand new from Bax Music. Quite a bargain I thought, till this
problem with the microphone occurred. I'm sure I'll conquer the little beast
in time. Just a matter of patience.

Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!
Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.

"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.

Contact:
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E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk

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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: 23 August 2020 23:20
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622 USB &
Recording With Goldwave

Hello,

I don't know that mixer but it sounds like an audio routing problem. You
clearly have the USB part of the mixer installed and now the microphone
output needs to be routed to the master track. I know how this would be done
in Reaper but I have not used Gold Wave. I suspect that the mixer only uses
one channel to Windows. Therefore, there must be a switch on the console to
route the microphone's output to USB.

Regards,

On 22 Aug 2020, at 17:17, Philip Francis Anderson
<pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on
Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone
connected to my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my
Behringer mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I
can achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both utilising
USB Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled
with assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

Philip Francis Anderson

Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!

Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.



"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.



Contact:

Lan: 01782 970755

Mob: 07948 568191

E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk



Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.



Confidentiality:

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this message only and maybe legally privileged. It is strictly
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without the written consent of the sender.

If you received this message in error, please reply to
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Thank you for your cooperation.



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Georgina


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Georgina Joyce
 

Hello Philip,

I guess you know far more than I. However, I will suggest. The microphone? Are you feeding it fantom if it is needed? Is it a nice quiet NB-7B? If it is one of those combo XLR / 1/4 jack sockets there may be a gain switch. You should be able to get it's manual online. The Behringer I had the manual was available.

Good luck,

Gena

On 24 Aug 2020, at 00:08, Philip Francis Anderson <pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Thank you, Georgina. I know the button you are talking about. Yes, it's
depressed. Upon running a test, it is saying my microphone levels within
Goldwave are too low. However, even when I increase them to maximum,
playback still returns silence. This said, when I switch from USB Audio
Codek within GW's Device Tab to USB Codek Looped back Speakers, Goldwave
will allow me to record and playback sounds captured via my computer.

It is possible there's another button on the Behringer which I need to
activate, or another setting within GW I've overlooked.

Thing is, I'm knew to this particular brand of mixer. I use to own quite a
snazzy Alan Heath Mixer in the past, but the one I wanted and was familiar
with, was just a tad outside my current budget. Had I still been working in
radio, then I could have justified the £1,000 capital outlay. It just so
happened I managed to purchase this Behringer XENYX 12 channel X1622 USB for
under £200.00 brand new from Bax Music. Quite a bargain I thought, till this
problem with the microphone occurred. I'm sure I'll conquer the little beast
in time. Just a matter of patience.

Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!
Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.

"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.

Contact:
Lan: 01782 970755
Mob: 07948 568191
E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk

Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.

Confidentiality:
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message only and maybe legally privileged. It is strictly forbidden to share
any part of this message with any third party without the written consent of
the sender.
If you received this message in error, please reply to
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prevent a similar mistake from occurring in the future.
Thank you for your cooperation.

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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: 23 August 2020 23:20
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622 USB &
Recording With Goldwave

Hello,

I don't know that mixer but it sounds like an audio routing problem. You
clearly have the USB part of the mixer installed and now the microphone
output needs to be routed to the master track. I know how this would be done
in Reaper but I have not used Gold Wave. I suspect that the mixer only uses
one channel to Windows. Therefore, there must be a switch on the console to
route the microphone's output to USB.

Regards,

On 22 Aug 2020, at 17:17, Philip Francis Anderson
<pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on
Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone
connected to my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my
Behringer mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I
can achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both utilising
USB Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled
with assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

Philip Francis Anderson

Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!

Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.



"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.



Contact:

Lan: 01782 970755

Mob: 07948 568191

E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk



Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.



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Philip Francis Anderson
 

Hello Georgina

Yes, it's connected via XLR and the gain is set. I'm hearing everything just fine in my headphones. I have four individual mike channels to choose from and I have tried each one in turn.

I'll let you know should I have any joy.

Thank you once again for your suggestions.
Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!
Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.

"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.

Contact:
Lan: 01782 970755
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E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk

Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.

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If you received this message in error, please reply to pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk and follow with its deletion, so that I can prevent a similar mistake from occurring in the future.
Thank you for your cooperation.

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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: 24 August 2020 00:51
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622 USB & Recording With Goldwave

Hello Philip,

I guess you know far more than I. However, I will suggest. The microphone? Are you feeding it fantom if it is needed? Is it a nice quiet NB-7B? If it is one of those combo XLR / 1/4 jack sockets there may be a gain switch. You should be able to get it's manual online. The Behringer I had the manual was available.

Good luck,

Gena

On 24 Aug 2020, at 00:08, Philip Francis Anderson <pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Thank you, Georgina. I know the button you are talking about. Yes,
it's depressed. Upon running a test, it is saying my microphone levels
within Goldwave are too low. However, even when I increase them to
maximum, playback still returns silence. This said, when I switch from
USB Audio Codek within GW's Device Tab to USB Codek Looped back
Speakers, Goldwave will allow me to record and playback sounds captured via my computer.

It is possible there's another button on the Behringer which I need to
activate, or another setting within GW I've overlooked.

Thing is, I'm knew to this particular brand of mixer. I use to own
quite a snazzy Alan Heath Mixer in the past, but the one I wanted and
was familiar with, was just a tad outside my current budget. Had I
still been working in radio, then I could have justified the £1,000
capital outlay. It just so happened I managed to purchase this
Behringer XENYX 12 channel X1622 USB for under £200.00 brand new from
Bax Music. Quite a bargain I thought, till this problem with the
microphone occurred. I'm sure I'll conquer the little beast in time. Just a matter of patience.

Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!
Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.

"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.

Contact:
Lan: 01782 970755
Mob: 07948 568191
E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk

Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.

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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina
Joyce
Sent: 23 August 2020 23:20
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622
USB & Recording With Goldwave

Hello,

I don't know that mixer but it sounds like an audio routing problem.
You clearly have the USB part of the mixer installed and now the
microphone output needs to be routed to the master track. I know how
this would be done in Reaper but I have not used Gold Wave. I suspect
that the mixer only uses one channel to Windows. Therefore, there must
be a switch on the console to route the microphone's output to USB.

Regards,

On 22 Aug 2020, at 17:17, Philip Francis Anderson
<pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on
Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone
connected to my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my
Behringer mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I
can achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both
utilising USB Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled
with assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

Philip Francis Anderson

Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!

Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.



"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.



Contact:

Lan: 01782 970755

Mob: 07948 568191

E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk



Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.



Confidentiality:

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without the written consent of the sender.

If you received this message in error, please reply to
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Thank you for your cooperation.



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Georgina


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Locater: IO83PS







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Philip Francis Anderson
 

Hello Georgina

Turns out the problem was with the mixer. I resurrected my old Alan Heath broadcast console from the spare room from where it had been languishing for goodness knows how long and connected it up to my Windows 10 machine and I am now able to record into goldwave using my XLR wired mikes problem free.

From what I can gather from one or two dedicated Behringer forums, the problem is universal with the Xenyx 12 channel USB mixer as others were reporting similar issues with low level sound on playback even with the fantum button enabled.
It's possible I may have to replace this old Alan Heath mixer at some point as the two of us didn't part on good terms six years ago. My fault. I ended up knocking a glass of wine over it. Sufficed to say, the general circuitry is not what it should be with the onboard effects chamber being the worst affected. However, at least most of the channels still work - including the broadcast fader surprisingly enough.

Meanwhile, thanks for your suggestions
Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!
Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.

"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.

Contact:
Lan: 01782 970755
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E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk

Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.

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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: 24 August 2020 00:51
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622 USB & Recording With Goldwave

Hello Philip,

I guess you know far more than I. However, I will suggest. The microphone? Are you feeding it fantom if it is needed? Is it a nice quiet NB-7B? If it is one of those combo XLR / 1/4 jack sockets there may be a gain switch. You should be able to get it's manual online. The Behringer I had the manual was available.

Good luck,

Gena

On 24 Aug 2020, at 00:08, Philip Francis Anderson <pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Thank you, Georgina. I know the button you are talking about. Yes,
it's depressed. Upon running a test, it is saying my microphone levels
within Goldwave are too low. However, even when I increase them to
maximum, playback still returns silence. This said, when I switch from
USB Audio Codek within GW's Device Tab to USB Codek Looped back
Speakers, Goldwave will allow me to record and playback sounds captured via my computer.

It is possible there's another button on the Behringer which I need to
activate, or another setting within GW I've overlooked.

Thing is, I'm knew to this particular brand of mixer. I use to own
quite a snazzy Alan Heath Mixer in the past, but the one I wanted and
was familiar with, was just a tad outside my current budget. Had I
still been working in radio, then I could have justified the £1,000
capital outlay. It just so happened I managed to purchase this
Behringer XENYX 12 channel X1622 USB for under £200.00 brand new from
Bax Music. Quite a bargain I thought, till this problem with the
microphone occurred. I'm sure I'll conquer the little beast in time. Just a matter of patience.

Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
Independence for life! Making a Difference, Making it Happen!
Winner of "Let's Do Enterprise North Staffordshire 2007.

"Laborate pro sapientia et salute" - Let us work for wisdom and health.

Contact:
Lan: 01782 970755
Mob: 07948 568191
E: pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk

Available for media interviews and after-dinner speeches.

Confidentiality:
The content of this email is intended for the recipient specified in
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without the written consent of the sender.
If you received this message in error, please reply to
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Thank you for your cooperation.

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presence of viruses. While every effort to safeguard this message from
viruses has been taken, no liability is accepted for any damage caused
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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina
Joyce
Sent: 23 August 2020 23:20
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622
USB & Recording With Goldwave

Hello,

I don't know that mixer but it sounds like an audio routing problem.
You clearly have the USB part of the mixer installed and now the
microphone output needs to be routed to the master track. I know how
this would be done in Reaper but I have not used Gold Wave. I suspect
that the mixer only uses one channel to Windows. Therefore, there must
be a switch on the console to route the microphone's output to USB.

Regards,

On 22 Aug 2020, at 17:17, Philip Francis Anderson
<pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on
Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone
connected to my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my
Behringer mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I
can achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both
utilising USB Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled
with assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

Philip Francis Anderson

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Georgina Joyce
 

hello Philip,

Glad you found the way. You are clearly quite creative. I hope u are able to get your money back.

You have helped me too. I purchased a Soundcraft Signature 12 MTK and the mic level was low. I had to have the gain turned up full for a good condenser. The same Mic connected to a Scarlett only needed a third of the way. I am not sure if they have fixed my mixer or just sent me another. It is still in it's packaging as I am getting used to not having it. They said there was a mix up because of the Covid 19 situation. I guess I need to set it all back up and see what the state of play is with it.

Well done, be careful how you celebrate. The Heath has drunk enough! LOL!

Kind regards,



On 24 Aug 2020, at 19:29, Philip Francis Anderson <pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello Georgina

Turns out the problem was with the mixer. I resurrected my old Alan Heath broadcast console from the spare room from where it had been languishing for goodness knows how long and connected it up to my Windows 10 machine and I am now able to record into goldwave using my XLR wired mikes problem free.

From what I can gather from one or two dedicated Behringer forums, the problem is universal with the Xenyx 12 channel USB mixer as others were reporting similar issues with low level sound on playback even with the fantum button enabled.
It's possible I may have to replace this old Alan Heath mixer at some point as the two of us didn't part on good terms six years ago. My fault. I ended up knocking a glass of wine over it. Sufficed to say, the general circuitry is not what it should be with the onboard effects chamber being the worst affected. However, at least most of the channels still work - including the broadcast fader surprisingly enough.

Meanwhile, thanks for your suggestions
Cordially
Philip
Philip Francis Anderson
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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io> <all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>> On Behalf Of Georgina Joyce
Sent: 24 August 2020 00:51
To: all-audio@groups.io <mailto:all-audio@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622 USB & Recording With Goldwave

Hello Philip,

I guess you know far more than I. However, I will suggest. The microphone? Are you feeding it fantom if it is needed? Is it a nice quiet NB-7B? If it is one of those combo XLR / 1/4 jack sockets there may be a gain switch. You should be able to get it's manual online. The Behringer I had the manual was available.

Good luck,

Gena

On 24 Aug 2020, at 00:08, Philip Francis Anderson <pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Thank you, Georgina. I know the button you are talking about. Yes,
it's depressed. Upon running a test, it is saying my microphone levels
within Goldwave are too low. However, even when I increase them to
maximum, playback still returns silence. This said, when I switch from
USB Audio Codek within GW's Device Tab to USB Codek Looped back
Speakers, Goldwave will allow me to record and playback sounds captured via my computer.

It is possible there's another button on the Behringer which I need to
activate, or another setting within GW I've overlooked.

Thing is, I'm knew to this particular brand of mixer. I use to own
quite a snazzy Alan Heath Mixer in the past, but the one I wanted and
was familiar with, was just a tad outside my current budget. Had I
still been working in radio, then I could have justified the £1,000
capital outlay. It just so happened I managed to purchase this
Behringer XENYX 12 channel X1622 USB for under £200.00 brand new from
Bax Music. Quite a bargain I thought, till this problem with the
microphone occurred. I'm sure I'll conquer the little beast in time. Just a matter of patience.

Cordially
Philip
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-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Georgina
Joyce
Sent: 23 August 2020 23:20
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Help Needed for Behringer Audio Mixer x1622
USB & Recording With Goldwave

Hello,

I don't know that mixer but it sounds like an audio routing problem.
You clearly have the USB part of the mixer installed and now the
microphone output needs to be routed to the master track. I know how
this would be done in Reaper but I have not used Gold Wave. I suspect
that the mixer only uses one channel to Windows. Therefore, there must
be a switch on the console to route the microphone's output to USB.

Regards,

On 22 Aug 2020, at 17:17, Philip Francis Anderson
<pfa@philip-anderson.co.uk> wrote:

Hello All



I'm new to this list and wondered whether anyone is currently using a
Behringer x1622 USB 12 channel mixer in conjunction with Goldwave on
Windows
10 with NVDA?



My problem? Goldwave is not capturing sound via my microphone
connected to my Behringer.



The hardware is working since I am able to hear my voice through my
headphones while speaking.

I am also able to playback sound files in Goldwave through my
Behringer mixer.



Volume levels in both goldwave and windows are set to maximum until I
can achieve a result.



Under "Device Tab" in Goldwave, playback and record are both
utilising USB Audio Codek, the sound driver recommended for my Behringer.

Under Microphone, the quality is set to 44100hz /32 / shared.



In windows privacy settings, both Goldwave and microphone are enabled
with assigned permissions respectively.



If anyone has any solutions, please share.



Thank you in anticipation.



Cordially

Philip

Philip Francis Anderson

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