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De-verb is a plugin, not a standalone application. It requires a Host to run in, something capable of running RTAS, VST, or AU. Audacity (freeware) can run VST & AU plugins. Some Video editors can too, but I don't know which ones on Windows, other than what Google could tell me - such as Magix Movie - though I have no idea whether it's any good or ...


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There is no such option in any sound card driver I've ever seen. The stereo mix does not represent a separate bus, so there is no way to have some stuff going to the speakers but only a subset of that stuff going to stereo mix. But an easy way to do it is to add a second sound "card" ("card" in quotes b/c it could be a USB sound interface). Whatever you ...


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A little more description of "bad" versus "good" recording would be helpful. Do you need high fidelity recording? If so, stick with the other answers here. Do you need something good enough for a simple YouTube posting or Skype session? Then, perhaps you struggle with a little known conflict between the average cheap microphone and the average sound ...


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If I buy a USB mic like Blue Yeti, does this kind of microphones skip sound card, since the data is digital? Thus I may expect better quality recording? Well, the thing is your “analog” input on your PC is just an analog input to an analog-to-digital converter on the PC. When you use a USB sound card or a USB microphone they aren’t magic. They ...


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The answer to your first question is: Yes, using USB will skip your current sound card. Or stated differently, the USB device is also a sound card, so once you plug it in, you will have two different sound cards. The sound quality you get through a USB device does not depend on the quality of the sound card in your computer. The answer to the second ...


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It depends on both the mic and sound device. The simple answer is, you will probably have a significant difference in sound quality and it'll probably sound better. The major difference isn't just in the sound card - its also in the mic . The fact that it has a mic has a USB connector allows 'better' more power hungry components to be used compared to one ...


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You can reduce the noise by keeping microphone boost value to zero db(decibel) Go to Control Panel -> Hardwares and sound -> Sound -> Recording tab Right Click on your Default Recording Device and go to properties Click Level tab and reduce the microphone boost value to zero db(decibel) Hope this helps!


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I am not sure on how you would do that directly from Matlab, but what I'd do is record audio using two different programs (e.g. Quicktime and Garageband or some other freeware to record audio) and choose two different sources in the settings for each application. After recording, you can import the files into Matlab. You'll also have to find a way to start ...



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