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TheGringo

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    Skype audio issue

    Hey everyone, I am hoping someone here can help me.. I have a podcast where I interview people (audio only) over Skype. Lately, guests have been complaining that they can hear themselves when talking. I know this means the problem is on my end, but I can't seem to find a fix. Here is my setup: Mackie Tapco mixer plugged to PC via an Edirol digital audio interface Sennheiser headphones plugged to mixer Roland digital recorder plugged to mixer Audio Technica mic plugged into mixer I have been using Skype with this setup for 2 years and all the sudden, I am having this issue where guests are hearing themselves when talking. I have used the Skype Echo test with no issues, I have moved my mic as far from my mixer as I can (opposite side of table) and I still can't seem to get this resolved. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
  2. Hi everyone, Occasionally I need to be able to use my iPhone to call a guest's cellphone and record the interview via phone call. What is the best method of doing this? I currently have a Roland digital recorder and a Mackie Tapco mixer if that helps. any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  3. Hey everyone, I am currently recording myself and one guest on one track over Skype. I record everything into a Roland recorder. Does anyone know how I can record on two separate tracks? (Myself on one and the guest on the other?) Also, I am editing each interview on Adobe Audition if that matters at all. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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