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Recording with Audacity

Some things to consider when recording with Audacity-
Set the correct input device, see A 'select input device' (if your using JACK switch it ALSA to select device, then back to JACK)
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Turn the capture level up, see D 'capture level up'. Don't confuse Capture with Mic. Mic sets the volume of Mic 'thru' but not the record level.
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If frugally installed set temporary directory outside of SaveFile . Go to edit > preferences > directories set to something like /mnt/home/audacity-temp
Select view > 'show clipping' highlight any part of the recording that has distorted due to input being too high.
If recording multiple tracks you may need to lower latency - otherwise new track may come in too soon.
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Use Jack to monitor if your system is recording continuously without gaps (due to not enough processor time allocated, or not fast enough processor).

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