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I can't seem to monitor my USB Microphone using Logic X Pro.


adamleeholden

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I have a USB Microphone (without headphone slot built in) and would like to be able to monitor my microphone whilst I'm in Logic.

have set my Input as the usb microphone, and have tried the output as Built in output & system settings but no luck! I need to be able to monitor while using my microphone. It sounds so simple, it can't be this complicated?

 

MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Yosemite (10.10.2)

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I have a USB Microphone (without headphone slot built in) and would like to be able to monitor my microphone whilst I'm in Logic.

have set my Input as the usb microphone, and have tried the output as Built in output & system settings but no luck! I need to be able to monitor while using my microphone. It sounds so simple, it can't be this complicated?

 

You need to switch on Software Monitoring in Logic, and switch on Input monitoring on an audio track that has the USB mic as input, and whatever your monitors or headphones are hooked up to as output. No need to create an aggregate device.

 

If you have no idea of all this, it is immensly difficult. Once you do know things like this, other things will then be difficult. :wink:

 

http://help.apple.com/logicpro/mac/10.1/#/lgcp0ed343a9

http://help.apple.com/logicpro/mac/10.1/#/lgcpbfbefa96

 

steps before recording:

http://help.apple.com/logicpro/mac/10.1/#/lgcpb19de615

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