David wrote:Your audio track has its "I" (Input Monitor) on. You have a mic on input 1, and your monitors are on, so you're creating a feedback loop.
Your signal chain is a mic -> speaker. So your mic is picking up noise, the noise is amplified and reproduced by the speaker, the mic picks up that amplified noise, which is amplified again and played by the speakers... etc. On top of that, the latency creates the delay effect.
Use headphones, or turn off the input monitoring for the mic.
Thanks for the reply David!
I tried turning off input monitoring for the mic just as you suggested and I even deleted the audio track, but the problem still exists, so I think this might be another problem.
I’ll also mention that I changed the order of the aggregate device since I posted that last screenshot, so it makes it a bit more convenient for me:
(The USB mic is the one that says AK5370)
What I mean by 'more convenient for me' is that all my old projects use Out 1-2 as the output (which would be the default built-in output), and If I were to go back to an old project, I would have to change all the outputs to Out 3-4 which would be a bit annoying. Is the way I set up the aggregate device causing the problem?
Not sure if this helps, but I set my external instrument to inputs 1-2: