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In this video tutorial I show how to set up Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 10 to record Audio direct to the timeline using a USB Microphone.

When you connect any type of microphone to your computer, you cannot simply start using it. First you will need to correctly set the recording levels in the sound driver software for your computer and make sure the device has been selected for use inside Vegas correctly.

So before you get started there are some extra settings that need to be adjusted before Vegas can record our Audio. Once this has been done, you shouldn't have to ever worry about this again.

 

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    John A Davis · 13:06 13/10/2020
    Ok. Works for me! With the least amount of effort. I used a Zoom H4n Pro as the microphone. Hooked itself right up.
    Take care.
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      Derek
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      · 20:13 13/10/2020
      Cool
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        John A Davis · 11:44 15/10/2020
        Problem is, the stuttering in Vegas 17 on preview caused the guitar stuttering when recorded. Not sure, maybe I need something faster and with more RAM than the T61
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          · 15:09 15/10/2020
          Stuttering is caused by your CPU and/or Graphics Card not being powerful enough to decode in real time. If you have a modern Graphics Card, Vegas plays very smooth for most people.
          Solution: While you are recording audio to the timeline, set the Preview Window Quality = Draft/Audio - this will dramatically reduce the load on your computer.
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    Scott Scowcroft · 20:09 05/11/2014
    Thanks for the great tutorial. Clear ... saved me a ton of time.
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      Derek
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      · 22:58 05/11/2014
      Cheers
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    Douwe · 00:57 07/10/2014
    Many thanks, because, I could not for the life of me, figure out why I could not get the sound recording to work.. in vegas pro.. Indeed I was about to start drinking scotch and soda, no water and forget about it when I discovered your tutorial..Thanks again!
    Cheers Douwe
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      Derek
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      · 12:31 07/10/2014
      Glad to help
      I seem to remember having a drink or two when I was trying to work out the same problem.

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