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#1 Eric Schweiger

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 09:59 PM

Hi so i recently got an h4n and when i am recording with the onboard mic the right channel seems to be much louder/ more sensitive than the left. I can fix it by just using the pan right and left but i have to pan it to around 80 left for it to match and that just doesnt seem right so if anyone knows how i can fix this please let me know also i seem to be getting a lot of noise in the background and im not sure how to get rid of it or lower it down

 

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#2 Martin Hong

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 10:27 PM

That seems odd, usually you can change the volume separately when you record using the input 1 & 2, but onboard mic only works together.  Check if your stereo mic is set the the same degree, probably one is on 120 and the other 90. I guess.


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