Audio

Using audio with your interface? You'll find help here.

15 articles in this category

What is the difference between Mic, Line, and Instrument settings on the front of my audio interface?

Mic: for recording using a professional microphone Instrument: for recording electric guitar or bass directly into your computer Line: for plugging in electronic instruments like synthesisers or drum machines Here's a video that explains ...

How do I change the Sample Rate of my iConnectivity interface?

iConnectivity interfaces are preset to a Sample Rate of 44.1 kHz by default, as this is the format that most people will be using if they are recording music (CD standard). Other common standards include 48 kHz, which mainly used for video pro...

The audio crackles when I try to record or play back on my Windows computer

Audio crackling is unfortunately quite a common problem with digital audio systems, particularly Windows systems. However the good news is that it is usually very easy to fix. Connect your audio interface directly to a USB port on your computer,...

How can I use two audio interfaces with my Mac?

The Mac operating system allows you to "aggregate" two or more audio interfaces together relatively easily. See this Apple article for details: Combine multiple audio interfaces by creating an Aggregate Device (https://support.apple.com/en-gb/...

How can I connect multiple PlayAUDIO12 interfaces together?

Introduction The PlayAUDIO12 interface is capable of transmitting up to 12 individual audio tracks - but what if you need more outputs than that? If you are using a Mac OS computer the answer is that you can "stack" two or more PlayAUDIO12s t...

How can I use more than one audio interface on Windows?

Most professional Digital Audio applications on Windows use the ASIO (Audio Stream Input Output) system (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_Stream_Input/Output) for low-latency multi-channel audio. This is a special audio driver origina...

Adding Redundant Inputs to Live Playback

    When we designed PlayAUDIO12, we designed it to do one job better than any other interface made before or since: live playback. We stripped out all the unnecessary stuff that studio interfaces made you carry that you’d never need. ...

Using an iConnectivity interface for audio/video recording on iOS

Using an iConnectivity interface to record the audio tracks on your video recordings is a excellent way to get great sound from multiple inputs and sources. Firstly, to understand how to best use your interface to capture audio for video ...

iOS11 "Stuttering audio" Fix

Since the newest release of iOS11 some have had audio "stutters" when sending audio out from their iOS devices. We have a quick fix here for you to keep playing. There are two steps that have been important in keeping your audio playing smo...

Distortion issues when trying to use multi channel input into iPad.

We have discovered the potential for audio distortion when iConnectAUDIO4+ has more than 2 channels enabled from the USB Device Jack that an iOS device is connected to. By default, iConnectAUDIO4+ has 6 channels enabled per USB Device Jack. We ...

What do the Audio Info settings in iConfig mean?

  If you open iConfig and look under Audio Info you'll see several different settings you can change. Some of them are pretty important, some not so important, but it can be useful to know what they all mean. The first setting Number of audi...

How do I route and mix audio signals using the iConfig software?

Wondering how to set up, route and mix audio in iConfig? Here's Travis with an instructional video to show you how.

Is the iConnectMIDI4+ able to operate at a different bit rate other than 16-bit?

Using the iConnectivity iConfig application, you can change the audio configuration for the iConnectMIDI4+. Here is a list of the possible Audio Channel options: 44100Hz, 4 Channels, 16-bit 48000Hz, 4 Channels, 16-bit 96000Hz, 4 Channels...

How to use an Apple iOS Camera with an iConnectivity audio interface

You actually can use the Apple Camera App on your iOS device with your iConnectivity interface. All you have to do is launch the Camera App first, then connect the cable. It'll be recognized and off you go. So to get improved sound while s...

How come I can't hear audio from iPad when connecting to iConnectMIDI4+?

> > When connecting the iConnectMIDI4+ to my iPad, I can't hear the audio through the iPad speakers or headphone jack. > By default when connecting an iOS device to the iConnectMIDI4+, the iOS device's sound is passed to the iConnectM...