my SHOUTcast levels seem to be all out of wack, whats going on
ok, im just going to explain the problem i am having.
I'm trying to broadcast through "Line-in" source, from 2 turntables and a mixer. The levels work properly, in other programs (recording programs) when my volume is turned up at a reasonable level on my DJ mixer.
But the levels on shoutcast seem to be different. When i have the "Line-in" recording control on my computer mixer, turned up at a reasonable level, the SHOUTcast levels are full (all green). Now, as i play music through my turntables with a reasonable volume, the SHOUTcast levels drop down to 0. As i turn the volume back down on my turntable mixer, the SHOUTcast levels start to raise up to full (all green).
So technicaly, the levels seem to be backwards.. as i turn the volume up, shoutcast levels get lower. and vise-versa.
Ive tried adjusting the "Line-in" recording control on my computer mixer. When i bring it all the way down to 0, the SHOUTcast levels rest at about 52dB. then i play music on my turntables and the levels seem to drop the louder the music is.
What is going on here?
Please help, willing to pay.