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I HEAR MYSELF ONLY ON ONE EARPHONE.

Hi, I don't know if this has something to do with the soundcard I bought from ''M-audio'', but I'll ask anyways.

So I have the microphone Audio Technica AT2050 connected to my soundcard box M-Audio M-Track 2x2, which is connected to my PC... The question is... Can I force my microphone (through the soundcard or whatever) to stereo, because it's mono... As in, I have the ''Listen to yourself'' mode-thingy on, because I need to listen to myself while I talk, otherwise I'll be mumbling or talking too loud or something...

... So is it possible to somehow only force the microphone to be stereo on ''listen to yourself''?
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  • Hello Sara,

    Thanks for posting!

    If you are monitoring directly (USB/Direct knob is turned toward Direct), the M-Track will output the audio that is being input into both sides of your headphones even if it is a mono microphone. However, if your software is configured with a stereo track and you are only using one microphone (mono) you will not receive a stereo signal.

    How are you monitoring audio? Directly (audio directly from the M-Track's input) or USB (audio processed by the computer)?

    What software are you using?

    If you simply want to hear yourself, you can set the Direct/USB knob to Direct.

    Let me know!
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  • I don't use any software.. I think.. My headset is connected to my computer.. I have a way of forcing evey sound going to stereo, but since I'm a gamer, I have issues with hearing stuff in game then, because I hear it on both earphones.. Soo.. What exactly do I download or do.. Because setting the direct usb knob doesn't do anything, since the headset is connected to the computer, not the m-track.
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