How to Adjust the Levels of Music And Voice for Recording?

Isabella Garcia Isabella Garcia Updated on Mar 27 , 2023 Tag:

Many users found it easy to record their songs and music with RecMaster. While some of them found that while recording, the music is louder than the voice or vice versa. How to solve this issue? The following article will show you the detailed steps to adjust the levels of music and voice for recording.

How to Adjust the Levels of Music And Voice for Recording

This guide is especially useful if you are recording the music line from your system audio and your voice from the microphone. You will find it very easy and all you need to do is just a few clicks.

And according to the different recording modes you are using on RecMaster, there are different ways to set it. Please find the details below.

Adjust the Levels of Music and Voice in Webcam Mode

If you are using the Webcam mode, you can press on the “…” icon beside Sound to open the Sound Settings window.

On the Sound Settings window, you can adjust the levels of the system sound and microphone.

By pressing Test, you can test the system sound and microphone to confirm whether the level is just right.

If you still find the system sounds too loud, you can check the Mic Gain option and uncheck the System Sound Gain option.

Or on the opposite, you may find the microphone is too loud and you hope to enhance the sound of the music line from the system audio. In that case, you can check the System Sound Gain and uncheck the Mic Gain.

After that, you can record a piece and check whether the recorded video is right for you.

This way is also helpful to those who are using third-party webcams like Xsplit, EpocCam Camera, DroidCam, etc.
Adjust levels of music and voice in Webcam mode

Adjust the Levels of Music and Voice in Other Modes

The way to find the Sound Settings window is quite different if you are using other recording modes. For example, full-screen, custom area, follow-cursor, or audio-only mode.

You can press the triangle button beside System Sound or Microphone and choose Advanced to launch the Sound Settings window.

And then you can adjust the levels of music and voice by dragging the bars of System Sound and Microphone.

And still, you can test them to confirm the levels and effects.

And moreover, you can tick the mic gain and system sound gain options to enlarge the related sound.

And the last thing before your recording, record a small piece to confirm your voice and music sounds perfect.

Adjust levels of music and voice in other modes

With RecMaster, you can not only set the levels of system sound and microphone, but you can also reduce the Mic noise. And all you need to do is to tick the Mic Noise Reduction option.

In Conclusion

Screen recording makes people’s life easier to share and enjoy including your masterpiece of songs. Once you met with the issue that the music is louder than the voice or vice versa, you can use RecMaster to record. It’s very easy to adjust the levels of music and voice for recording with RecMaster.

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Isabella Garcia

Isabella Garcia

Isabella Garcia is an experienced editor for RecMaster, She currently concentrates on writing articles about gameplay recordings and also, How-to guide to regular recordings. Her article aims to provide users with more instructive information.

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