MacMost Now 177: Setting Up a One Channel Microphone

Often when you plug in a single-channel microphone you will only get sound in the left or right channel. Here is how to set it up so that the sound goes into both channels.

Comments: 4 Responses to “MacMost Now 177: Setting Up a One Channel Microphone”

    Dennis
    10 years ago

    Hi Gary,

    this tool you presented sound very interesting.

    But I have one question:
    In Windows you have the ability to mix the sound “what you hear” with the signal of the mic.

    I didn’t find this function on the mac.
    I often make recordings with music and voice on a website. But with my mac i cannot mix the signals, so that the music only comes through the mic what doesn’t sound very good.

    Maybe you have a solution for me. Would be nice to hear from you.

    PS:
    I’m writing from Germany, so please excuse my baaaad english :-)

    10 years ago

    Not sure about what you are trying to do. Are you trying to mix sounds to create music or a soundtrack? Then GarageBand is an application that does exactly that.

    Christian Garcia
    7 years ago

    Hello Gary,

    I bought the iMic and Audio-Technica Lavalier described in your videos. I plugged in and followed the instructions on the Audio Midi setup and still on one channel is being recorded and output. Any suggestions?

    Thanks,

      7 years ago

      No suggestions other than to try again — play around with the settings.

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