I haven’t done much of this but just enough to feel that the audacity program is working fine and isn’t the problem. Ill keep you posted if I figure anything out. From what I have read so far it looks like all I need to connect to the computer is the USB cable from the sound card. I’ll do some checking on the links you provided and also do more trial and error. Please use the current Audacity 2. I suspect I may not be configuring audacity correctly so will go back and try again. There’s a lot of useful tutorials and tip in the Audacity wiki link at top of page.
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Iconnex ikey audio who iocnnex beat me to the finish line Author Post time Subject Direction: There are no other instructions with it. There’s a lot of useful tutorials and tip in the Audacity wiki link at top of page.
iCONNEX iKEY-AUDIO USB sound card help needed – Audacity Forum
All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 iconnex ikey audio ikeey months 6 months 1 year Sort by: Should the stereo tracks be getting into the computer through the USB port, or do I need to have another set of cables connected to my computer for the input? I haven’t done much of this but just enough to feel that the audacity program is working fine and isn’t the problem. I’ll do some checking on the links you provided and also do more trial and error.
I’ll keep checking back and iconnex ikey audio if anyone has any other ideas to try!
I do have version 1. It came with the audacity software on a CD, which I installed.
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I suspect I may not be configuring audacity correctly so will go back and try again. Ill keep you posted if I figure anything out. If I try switching the various audacity input and recording device choices I can get it to record some seriously ugly feedback-type noises, but this isn’t coming from the stereo source through the Iconnex ikey audio input because I can unplug it while recording and the noise does not change or go away, so it’s something unrelated to the USB input.
Forum rules Audacity 1. I have gone through the audacity wiki site too, but so far I’m not making any headway. I connected the line input to the line output jacks on the back of my stereo system. I played a cassette tape and tried to pick up the signal on my computer but it didn’t appear to be getting anything.
The instructions for the iconnex ikey audio card only say to connect it to the USB port and from there windows will recognize it and complete the installation. I’m sure it’s operator error on my part. Iconnex ikey audio have tried to search for answers on the internet auido so far this forum is iconnex ikey audio only place I have found that may offer some help.
This item is supposed to allow me to convert LP records, cassette tapes or CD’s into files on my computer and convert them into audoo files I think.
iconnex ikey audio Audacity Forum For questions, answers and opinions Click the underlined links for quick answers: Please use the current Audacity 2. The audacity software does not register any rise in audio levels, I have no way of directing it to the usb port for that matter.
From what I have read iconnex ikey audio far it looks like all I need to connect to the computer is the USB cable from the sound card. No drivers required, etc. I followed the instructions and windows says the device is installed and working correctly. I just can’t get a recordable signal when I try connecting iconnex ikey audio the stereo unit’s aux output to the iCONNEX sound card into my computer usb port.
The sound card does have a set of output jacks but I didn’t have anything connected to them at all.