Forum: Old versions
NOTE: VirtualDJ 7 is not maintained anymore.
Topic: Mic producing echo only in master/headphones
I'm a low level user home user, have a very simple setup.
Heil PR40 connected to Alesis Multimix 8 usb fx. Controller is not in use at this time as I can't feet XLR to it, but I will be switching once I figure out what is causing this issue.
Anytime I use my mic I get an echo/almost latency/doubling up of my words in my ear. Out to the server I broadcast to, they don't hear this, and my recordings also come back normal (no echo). In my Windows setup the soundcard (the multimix) is not set to be listened to, and using other programs (SAM Broadcaster for ex) I do not receive an echo. I'm curious as to what setting I need to tweak here to make that echo disappear or even drop out my mic from my ears just for the sake of not stumbling over top of myself.
As of now my master is my main soundcard, mic is using the Multimix XLR input. As it stands I'm using VDJ 8 Pro. I also have 7 installed. Win 7 64. No standalone drivers for the Alesis. WASAPI for both cards.
Posted Sun 18 May 14 @ 11:28 am
If neither of them are low latency ASIO then they'll be causing delays.
Posted Sun 18 May 14 @ 3:33 pm
Posted Sun 18 May 14 @ 7:00 pm
Get one with some nice shiny XLR mic inputs and plenty of in/out channels and you're sorted for some time to come.
Posted Sun 18 May 14 @ 7:12 pm
Posted Sun 18 Dec 16 @ 11:38 pm
Posted Sun 18 Dec 16 @ 11:45 pm
Posted Sat 22 Dec 18 @ 8:26 am
user13552013 wrote :
Here is the answer and it works https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArogJnDx1Do
This deals with hearing your own voice in your head phones, but it does not help with echos.
Go into settings and put your mic on a different deck. This will allow u to also change your voice through settings on that deck. So if your using deck one and two, set up deck 3 for mic.
Posted Sat 22 Dec 18 @ 8:35 am
DJ UB44 wrote :
a small soundboard
You mean a mixer? Which one? Make and model.
DJ UB44 wrote :
Which one? Make and model.
As the earlier posts state, the solution is to use professional audio equipment designed for low latency.
Posted Sat 22 Dec 18 @ 8:41 am