Thanks, jlouvar - I already have the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 in the cart. But since this Yamaha has analog audio out, and the sound card has analog audio in, I would like to think that a program as advanced (and expensive) as Mixcraft 8 Pro Studio would be able to accept analog audio and convert it to digital without an external interface. But I'm ready to buy the interface if I have to. The Yamaha also has USB and MIDI out: but they are currently not connected. I have an older Yamaha keyboard (DGX-230) that I can use as a MIDI controller...jlouvar wrote:At some point you’re probably going too want an external audio interface... Just saying.
Line in and Properties, if you are referring to the Windows Sound Settings is at 75. It is not muted. Could my privacy setting for the microphone be set to "denied" and my USB microphone still work? I can talk to Cortana or dictate into various programs all day with it. The way I'm looking at the settings, Microphone and Line In are two completely separate inputs. Both are enabled.Acoustica Greg wrote:Hi,
Yes, a USB audio interface that has its own ASIO drivers is probably the best solution, but let's keep going on this.
If you right-click on Line In and select Properties, then select the Levels tab, is the recording level turned up? Make sure it's not muted.
Did you go into your Windows 10 privacy setting and make sure that microphone access is allowed?