HeyItsGooose Focusrite USB with t.bone Mic on HW Input 5 -> B1 Input device in Discord -> VoiceMeeter Output When i'm recording B1 with Voicemeeter, there is no clicking/crackling sound When I talk to my self with two different Discordaccounts or to other people in Discord it is clicking/crackling Mike_timmins It really helps, if you’re issue persists, to log out and then … These old threads - Might help Posted in Troubleshooting, By Posted in CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory, By Here’s how to choose your sound devices and make sure you’re coming in crystal clear. Now tap on the 3-dots icon and select Channel Settings. If you have any questions, please contact the moderators. Started 16 minutes ago If your microphone is coming through too loud, click and drag the slider under “Input Volume” to an appropriate level. iBot Logging Out and Restarting Discord. It's not the background noise, the volume just keeps going up and down, it's almost if I had some sort of voice detection, but I don't. We do compress audio with Opus codec (pretty high quality). Sloth, Sloth's the name, audio gear is the game Thanks a ton, Same problem, it wasn't this bad like 3 weeks ago. The audio sounds better in the mic tester now but it still doesn't sound very good in calls. Related – Best Discord Bots to Improve your Discord Server. Try to disable noise reduction and automatic volume adjustment. This will give you a boost that can be used on your server to give it 128kbps audio quality. Hi my blue yeti sounds like absolute garbage in discord VC, but when I record through audacity its sounds fine. Youtube, WoW, other games, absolutely everything. By default, Discord will activate your microphone when it detects noise. The vast majority of the time, this is caused by Discord's voice servers. Posted in Displays, By The volume of whatever I have running doesn't change, just the quality. Started 16 minutes ago Can't believe the solution was right in front of me! I've had the Yeti Nano for about a month now and I've noticed that my mic is working great on other apps but not on Discord. I’ve been trying to fix this for days now. This is a bot providing a service. I joined a call with myself from a different account on browser discord and the audio is just not great. My mic is a Blue Snowball, if that helps. Have you checked that the input device in Discord is actually the microphone? This is a list of links to comments made by Discord Staff in this thread: Hello, I have just made adjustments to mic tester. Posted in CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory, By Why do you hoomans give your builds a name? Tried with several other mics, Maybe it's just compressed to make it faster to send and stuff like that? Started 7 minutes ago Some of the most important parts of vocals lie in the lower frequencies (<1kHz), which also tends to be around where most of the sounds around you lie, like passing cars, buses, and the low rumble of a jet engine on an airplane. Have you contacted them about the issue? Started 22 minutes ago If your server is overloaded, it could simply be that there are too many users in the voice server and Discord is having difficulties. Asiancurry Those help make bad mics sound tolerable but reduce quality on higher end gear. Audio should sound the same in mic test and voice channel. I have a Steelseries Siberia V2 headset that sounds just fine while talking on skype or discord, you call it. However, when I stream or record anything on OBS, my microphone sounds really bad.