The soundboard stays the same but the program done gone up and changed.
- If you’re tracking your your piece on the computer in 240 you MUST MUTE Channel 4 (Gentner)
- NEVER EVER EVER save anything to the Desktop, Documents, Music, or Movies folders
- Log on using username JOMC
- Flip the Main Power switch on the back right corner of the Sound Board
- DO NOT TURN ON THE PHANTOM POWER
- Plug in headphones to the soundboard
- Un-mute Channel 1 (Mic) and Channel 4 (Telephone)
- Channel 1 level slider: just under +20 symbol
- Channel 4 level slider: the first line above U
- Click on the Adobe Audition icon in the dock to launch Audition
- Click File > New > Audio File
- In the New Audio File Window use these settings and click OK
- File Name: Name the file
- Sample Rate: 44100 Hz
- Channels: Stereo
- Bit Depth: 16 bits
- Dial 7 + the phone number (ex. 7-555-555-5555)
- Flip switch on Gentner to Seize once the person you’re calling answers and hang up receiver
10. Click the Record button at the bottom of Audition to start recording
11. Click the Stop button to stop recording when you’re done
12. Mute Channel 1 (Mic) and Channel 4 (Telephone)
13. Flip switch on the Gentner to OFF to hang up the phone
14. Click File > Export > File
15. In the Export File Window, double check the settings and click OK
- File Name: Give it a name
- Location: Save it to your folder on the Data or Video drives, Carroll or File Server or your own personal Hard Drive.
- Format: Wave PCM
- Sample Type: 44100 Hz Stereo, 16-bit
- Format Settings: Wave Uncompressed 16-bit Integer
- Master Output Left & Right:
- Input 1 (Mic): Aux 1 = U ; Aux 2 = almost at +15 ; Gain (on back) = just past 1 o’clock
- Input 4 (Gentner): Aux 1 = U ; Gain (on back) = U
Here’s a downloadable version of the instructions:
Recording Phone Calls with Audition
Here are some images of the sound board set correctly.
The main power switch on the sound board. Only turn on the Main power switch.
The gains knobs on Channels 1 and 4 should be set to these approximate positions.
The Aux knobs for Channels 1 and 4. This is the approximate level you want them adjusted to.
This is approximately where the sliders should be for the mic and phone.
This is approximately where the Master sliders should be.