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Chatooka

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  1. Alright, I figured it out, and its so stupid and simple. Let me explain: What I was trying to do with my first test of the recording setup was make a comparison to my old Blue Snowball USB mic. So I was trying to record a sample with the Snowball, then record a sample with the audio interface setup. For some reason recording with the snowball first then switching to the UX2 was causing the pitch difference. I can record with the UX2 first, then the Snowball, no problem. Not sure what causes this, but I figured I'd explain the whole situation, just in case someone else happens upon a problem like this.
  2. Audacity. Could that be the problem? I couldn't get Cubase to download intact
  3. Is there an easy way to fix that? I don't really know much about it all myself, I'm just a singer.
  4. I just got a Pod Studio UX2 and an AKG C214 large diaphragm condenser microphone. I went through the whole setup and got everything working, but when I tried recording some vocals the recording played back at a slightly higher pitch. Why is this happening and how can I make it stop?
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