You should care, because one of the most useful features of a microphone is the ability to control its pickup. But if it might be something wrong with the mic, then messing with it hoping it will function properly, well, that would seem to be stupid as well. I had already tried disabling everything else, the picture I posted was just a screenshot of the screen and showing the green that comes up, showing that the laptop microphone receives a signal and recognizes sound. It works, sometimes, but it is just bad practice. How satisfied are you with this response?

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Disable all the Audio Input devices via device manager tool. Ensure that these files are not one and the same.

Blue Snowflake Mic Problems

This setting reduces mic sensitivity so even the loudest instruments or vocalists come in crystal clear and distortion free.

I checked that out, if I would need to save snowflaake it, but it seems the same problem would exist there as well – that I cannot plug a USB directly into the interface. What part of the micdo I talk into? Aiso seems like I am missing something here, not understanding some concept, likely related to the drivers, but what the F, if this adapter will work, I don’t really care.

Hello all, I received a Blue Snowball USB mic please reserve your criticisms, I know this isn’t exactly quality, budget was the main factor here for Christmas this year intending to use it to start practicing home recording, mostly covers and scratch tracks for original material. The youtuber describes the same problem with his Blue Snowball mic. Replacement Parts Check out our selection of replacement parts for Yeti, Snowball and other Blue products.


I am fairly confused here, so any additional input would be much appreciated. Open up Studio One Artist. SOooooo It can and often is a driver, or some other simplistic thing bluw just went wrong for you.

This ‘Microphone array’ you show, i have no clue what is, perhaps that would help.

Can I use more than one Yeti at a time? Your cart is empty. Hey, maybe this video will help. I know I tried to research it, and there wasn’t much help. When I use the mic, I am plugging the mic straight into the computer, so is there snlwflake interface there?

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Ssio use cookies and similar technologies to run this website and help us understand how you use it. Do you think this means I just got a lemon from Blue? Verify that the Yeti microphone is properly connected to your computer, and ensure that Blue Microphone’s Yeti is the selected sound source Verify that the indicator light bluue the Yeti is lit, and that the headphone plug is fully inserted into the headphone jack at the underside of the Yeti Confirm that the headphone volume knob is turned up, with the tab pointing up to start.

See, we told you it was simple. I am not sure. CS made snowlake interesting point that I have used in the past to solve many computer issues: Go to Recording Devices. It was tricky to get it working with my laptop soundcard but I did it using jackaudio google it and asio4all. Increase the microphone gain by turning the microphone gain knob clockwise or try decreasing the distance between yourYeti and your sound source. Thanks for your feedback, snoowflake helps us improve the site.


The first few frames show me tapping on the mic with my finger. So happy to finally get a chance to fly on a virginatlantic while listening to new mixes on my bluemicrophones headphones.

In reply to Johnny Gringo’s post on August 9, KyleGodbey Replied on July 31, The Driver for my PreSonus Firestudio’s pre-mix mixer off the firewire -from all the “ins” worked great BUT a newer ‘bug fix’ lol what bug? What other Snoowflake microphone can say that?

Lexton Baker Asip on July 10, Decrease the microphone gain by turning the microphone gain knob counterclockwise or try increasing the distance between your Yeti and your sound source. It seems strange that it picks up sound when I tap the mic, but not when I scream into it.