字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 In this episode of the TotalMix FX beginners guide, I will show you how you can do a great vocal recording with your RME Audio interface. But before we start please make sure that you subscribe to our Channel and click also on the notifications button to get all the future updates on our new RME Audio interfaces and workshops. The setup is very straightforward. I have connected my microphone with the Babyface Pro via XLR and I am using the first XLR input of the Babyface Pro. Now let's switch over to TotalMix FX. As you can see in TotalMix FX my first channel which represents the XLR inputs is already getting a signal. If this is not the case there could be several reasons. First if we click on the toolbox icon we can check if there is enough gain on this channel, so we can check this. So we increase or decrease the gain. Another reason could be that you are using a condenser microphone. These microphones need what we call 48 volts or also phantom power, luckily the Babyface Pro as many other RME Audio Interfaces do have phantom power. The Babyface Pro has phantom power on the first two XLR inputs and if I click on the toolbox icon in TotalMix FX, I have this settings menu for this particular channel and I can select the 48 volts if I want to and then there should be a signal if I am using a condenser microphone. Now all I'm just doing now is I switch over to my DAW of choice which is in this case Ableton and I select it on this audio channel the first input channel of the Babyface Pro make sure that you have selected the Babyface Pro in Ableton and now I can just record myself and as you can see Ableton is creating a waveform, which means that I am recording myself now into Ableton Live with the Babyface Pro and my microphone.