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    Just purchased an Audio buddy and want to connect two microphones to it and run it to my computer to record podcasts. I seem to be having some mental issues because I cannot seem to get it to work. Do I have to run two seperate line out cables to my computer in order to do this and if so is there something that can be used to make the two outputs into one so it can record into the computer. Any advice would be appreciated on how to accomplish this. Thanks

    Joe

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    Jared is offline Tech Support, Community Mgr, Customer Advocate
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    Are you connecting to the line input built into the computer? If so, a dual 1/4" mono to 1/8" stereo cable is what you'll need. Something like this. You'll need to setup mono tracks/inputs in your software or else your microphones will only record and playback on 1 side; check out this FAQ.

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