asked Jun 15 at 21:22 by Jaylvxe (11)

How do I configure Bitwig to work with a USB Microphone? I am not using a MIDI Interface or controller. I simply want to route the output sound directly to my motherboard (working currently), and then use a USB mic to record audio. I can do this in pretty much any other DAW out there. If I was traveling on the go and wanted to record an audio track, I would be completely unable to. How do I make my USB microphone work?

How do I configure Bitwig to work with a USB Microphone? I am not using a MIDI Interface or controller. I simply want to route the output sound directly to my motherboard (working currently), and then use a USB mic to record audio. How do I make my USB microphone work? I have 1.windows 10 2.bitwig 8-track 3.shure PG27 USB 4.ESI U22 XT Please help me......step to step thanks

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answered Jul 31 at 17:01 by Najibullah (11)

I think it's possible using the ASIO4ALL driver, once you download and install it, select it as the Device in the BWS audio settings. You can then click Show Control Panel and you should see your USB mic and your audio card. Expand both, and press the activate button (blue power icon) on the mic's In and also for your soundcard's Out. Nothing else should be activated. Then it should be as easy as making an audio track and setting the input to Stereo Input and monitoring/arming the track.

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answered Jul 31 at 17:23 by magickalmutagen (161)

No result,I going to crazy with these.........

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answered Aug 01 at 02:12 by Najibullah (11)

What is your current Bitwig setup, ASIO setup, Windows audio setup and connections? Did you manage to get the PG27 working with other applications?

  — (Aug 01 at 10:38) pakunoda

Hello, How can I make or find a microphone track at the bitwig 8-track. I can not find or see a microphone track at the bitwig 8-trach I have to have a microphone source input. I have the preferences audio. Driver Model is ASIO & Device is ASIO 2.0- ESI U22 XT USB. Soundcard is ESI U22 XT USB. thanks

  — (Aug 01 at 23:32) Najibullah

Hello, How can I make or find a microphone track at the bitwig 8-track. I can not find or see a microphone track at the bitwig 8-trach I have to have a microphone source input. I have the preferences audio. Driver Model is ASIO & Device is ASIO 2.0- ESI U22 XT USB. Soundcard is ESI U22 XT USB. thanks

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answered Aug 01 at 23:32 by Najibullah (11)

I had a look at the PG27 manual. Looks like this microphone acts like as a USB soundcard. Problem is you want to use both of your USB devices at the same time, and that should be easy if Bitwig supported WASAPI in/output, unfortunately it does not support WASAPI recording anymore. So you are left with ASIO or Jack.

ASIO will stick you to one device only unless you use the clever ASIO4ALL. Follow @MagicalMutagen instructions and ASIO4ALL will gather your two devices into one interface for Bitwig, allowing you to have the PG27 as input and the ESI as output but Bitwig does not know that, ASIO4ALL handles the routing.

I would add another scenario with ASIO: you can use the FL Studio ASIO driver (unplug your ESI and set your PG27 as default audio device in Windows) and you can use the PG27 for input and output, just the time of recording your audio. Then switch back to the ESI ASIO for finishing your tune.

In the end, Jack is more difficult to understand but opens more possibilities. Like ASIO4ALL, you will be able to select the PG27 as in and ESI as out, and you can also use it to connect Bitwig to another software. Also, as Bitwig, Jack is multiplatform (Windows Linux MacOS) so it is good for your geek culture :-) It might be too much for your needs right now, but try it.

Get jack here :

http://www.jackaudio.org/

ASIO4ALL

http://asio4all.com/

FL Studio ASIO standalone

http://forum.image-line.com/viewtopic.php?f=1919&t=161300

Come back whenever you run into troubles! If you happen to be in Paris, France, I can help.

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answered Aug 02 at 10:59 by pakunoda (908)

edited Aug 02 at 11:02

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