Whether you're recording a podcast, musical track or field recording, you want to ensure that
your audio is crystal clear every time. Condenser microphones are an excellent tool that
delivers high sensitivity to capture subtle nuances and smooth frequency response.
Whether you're plucking, drumming, singing or speaking, condenser microphones create
high-quality audio. Read the steps listed below and learn about how to use a condenser
microphone on your computer.
Firstly, when you plug in the microphone, you need to wait for the computer or another
device to fully boot up. Sometimes, If you plug it in before or when you turn it on, the
microphone may not respond.
Secondly, microphone setting: small speaker in the lower right corner - right-click, the
recording device adjusts the existing microphone to the default device in the recording, then
double-click the microphone or point attribute, in the level you can adjust the volume of the
microphone. The microphone to strength noise suppression and echo cancellation are
selected in the enhancement.
Thirdly, do not plug the microphone into the USB hub, but plug the microphone into the USB
port of the computer.
Fourth, if you have other microphone cables, you can try to see if it works on the
microphone. If it works, it is a problem with the microphone cable.
Five, device compatibility - Would you please tell us what is the device you are using? If your
device is not compatible, could you try to find out if other devices are available?
Now you're ready to record.