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2023-01-04 05:41 AM
Hi, this will be a confusing question as I'm using a Zoom LiveTrak L-8 and the Zoom Conference software...
I love Zoom Conference for podcast recordings as it allows the creation of separate audio files for every guest, so the editing is simplified a lot!
As a true "geek" I invested a bit to further improve my setup, but am looking for advice on how to best configure this...
Zoom LiveTrak L-8
L-8 connected via USB to MacOS
Latest L-8 driver installed on MacOS
Speakers connected to Master L/R via XLR
Headphone connected to MIX A
Rhode microphone connected to input 1
I assume this will be a problem recording my own voice in Zoom as I need to open the master-fader to have my mic as input on the Mac as in Zoom I can not directly select input 1, there is only the master output. But my speakers are also on master, so I will probably get a feedback loop?
I can put the output of Zoom (via USB on input 7) only on Mix A for the headphone, so I'll use that while doing podcast recordings to further prevent any feedback.
I read about an ASIO driver that would allow to select each channel separately in e.g. Zoom as audio input, but I guess this is not available?
Someone has a similar setup and advise here?
2023-01-07 09:02 AM
Having the option in Zoom to select between master output or one of the different inputs directly (probably would need an ASIO driver?) would still be a great option.
But I found out the L-8 outputs to USB before the master fader, so my question became "obsolete" as I can put the master fader down to prevent audio loop through the speakers, and I still get the microphone in Zoom.