Topic: Reverb and delay by default in recordings.

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    Michael Brennan

    Hi there! I’m very new to the application–very new. So new, in fact, that I was surprised and confused when I booted up the program for the very first time to find that everything going through my USB microphone comes out with reverb and delay. I did not apply these effects to the track and I cannot seem to find any way to disable them. I have tried reinstalling the program with both the 32 bit and 64 bit versions. I also tested the microphone in Audacity just to make sure it’s a software issue and not a hardware issue and sure enough, no reverb or delay playing in Audacity. I’ve fiddled with the program for over an hour trying to get it to go away but haven’t had any luck. I figured out how to apply effects and I can remove those that I’ve added easily, but I don’t see reverb or delay listed in the audio track to be removed. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


    I once experienced a similar problem – not with Podium though. It’ likely something to do with how your audio is routed outside of Podium. Are you using ASIO, and if so, are you using ASIO4ALL as a driver? And, what soundcard are you using? Check all these and make adjustments where necessary.


    Happy New Year to all forum members and Podium users!

    If I’m not wrong, Podium by default routes the audio input to the audio output to allow the user to listen what he’s recording. To disable the audio monitoring click on the “x” near the audio input slot (something like “Audio Input 1+2”).

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