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Can`t hear my USB mic whilst recording

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Windows 10
USB mic
44khz / 24 bit recording

Device Manager: Sound -- Intel(R) Display Audio // RG6818 microphone // Synaptics HD Audio


Audio inputs & outputs: (Headphone symbol) HD Audio 2nd output ( Synaptics HD Audio) 
(Microphone symbol) RG6818
Stereo mix (Synaptics HD Audio)

Windows Sound: Output -- HD Audio 2 output (Synaptics HD Audio) my Bose speakers, I guess  // Input RG6818 USB Microphone

Failed to get ASIO to work so now working with MME.

I want to listen through headphones to tracks playing.......together with my vocals recording through the microphone.

But I can`t hear my vocal in the headphones. Everything records just fine, but obviously I need to hear what I`m singing. To get round it I have to remove one side of earphones so I have the band track playing in my left ear, but can hear what I`m singing in the room.

This is no way ideal and the condenser mic does pick up slight sound from the removed headphone.

I assume it`s a driver or routing error -- but leave it to you, the experts, to point me in the direction of a solution. And as an aside: the same problem occurs in Audacity.

The headphones are plugged in the headphone jack on my Bose speakers.

Thanks.....

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Have you tried enabling the input monitor? It's the button to the right of the record button.

Rocky

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