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Hello, I recently go a Blue Microphone Yeti. I got it for the purpose of recording my voice during lLP's. The problem is that when I try to use it the computer audio becomes fuzzy and impossible to understand. Can anyone tell me what to do to fix this problem?

asked Dec 31 '12 at 17:46

Beyond_Deathday's gravatar image


There could be too much gain or cross channel noise. You could try turning off the mic boost, muting other inputs and adjusting volumes. You could try updating your audio driver. It could be a compatibility issue or a bad mic but usually you can solve these things with options and adjustments.

answered Dec 31 '12 at 18:08

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if you are 1.5 to 2 feet away then set the gain to 50% using the rear gain knob.

if you are within 6 inches then set the knob to 25%

after that in the audio recording, set the sample rate to 48khz

Keep in mind that since the audio is using USB, there will be some delay (thus you may have to adjust the sync by a few ms (generally 5-10ms)

Also do not speak directly into the mic unless you have a pop filter.

answered Dec 31 '12 at 20:30

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The problem isn't the audio I record with the mic. Whats wrong is that the audio from the computer becomes fuzzy while my voice is clear as day. I've tried using a different program to record my voice but the other audio is still fuzzy.

(Jan 01 '13 at 12:58) Beyond_Deathday Beyond_Deathday's gravatar image

are you able to upload a sample of the audio issue

also are you using the yeti or yeti pro (yeti pro requires special drivers)

(Jan 01 '13 at 19:40) Razor512 Razor512's gravatar image
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