Just a shot in the dark here (did not read the thread). Is it possible depending on where you are plugging in your head phones the audio is being reduce to a mp3 file where the lower freq are being cut off?
On Feb 8, 2012, at 9:21 AM, Mike Fugazzi <email@example.com> wrote:No. That's the thing. I had always used the headphone jack of the Blackjack to listen previously. Since I was on a different level of the house, I used the computer's jack. That being said, it doesn't matter how I record, I get that sound on the bass parts. However, it appears if I use the BJ to playback music, it is either so buried I can't hear it or it isn't there.
I will double check this tonight. At first I thought it was the headphones, but if that sound gets recorded, and others hear it on playback, it can't be the cans (I also have had no issues with them on my iPod or smart phone).
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On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 8:17 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Mike Fugazzi wrote:
I have no idea if there is a "solution" to this as it appears the computer will not only create this interference, but include it on playback (so recording a dry track and using a plug in to create the bass part will probably yield similar results).
So are you listening to Vic Wooten using the BlackJack outputs?