Adjusting the mic-tips on setting up mic
If you are having issues with getting your microphone to function properly, this piece on adjusting the mic-tips on setting up mic will help you resolve them.
To adjust a mic on your computer is easy as long as the mic is properly installed and functional. Here is how; click start, control panel, sound and audio devices. From the sound and audio devices properties page which pops up, select voice; on the voice recording tab, click volume to open the card, there are several channels on it, we are only interested in the “microphone” channel. Check to see at what level is the slider under the microphone channel. Half way or below that point is usually a good spot for recording or normal speaking purposes however! If you intend on singing with any close-to the lips type performances, you’d do better to keep the gauge closer to the bottom. For further setting up of your mic and to test and set it’s properties, click “test hardware” and follow the instructions to test your mic. you may need to do some adjustments there to regulate your sound, you don’t want to blow the lid off the thing. (red top level) nor too close to the bottom (low, green) That’s about it by way of adjusting the mic.
Setting up mic.
If the issue is with setting up your mic, let me show you how the (for next to nothing way). Sure there are lots of different approach to setting up mic on the computer but if you are looking to do it on the cheap, you just need to make sure that your mic’s input jack is of the correct size and plug it into the mic port usually found at the back of the computer. If the jack is not the proper size then you need an adaptor, (cost less than $5. Of course if you can spend a bit more on it, there are lot of other option on the market that will suffice. Then you may need to do some tests and checks to find the best positions to place you mic to capture the best sound (acustic settings) etc.
Now you’ve got the answers for adjusting the mic and yips on setting up the microphone