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 **Q: When I record, the sound from the existing tracks bleed into the new track. How can I solve that?** **Q: When I record, the sound from the existing tracks bleed into the new track. How can I solve that?**
-A: The internal microphone will pick up any sound, including the sound coming from your speakers, this is pure physics. To solve this, you need to separate those signals. This can be done by using headphones, a headset or a USB audio interface. If you do not have such equipment, you can reduce this behavior by running ​the latency detector (More -> Determine latency) and choosing ​'Standard Android audio' in the results page (check that the jitter is around 0 milliseconds). If you need to run OpenSLES for some reason, enable ​'Session ​latency ​correction' ​in the preferencesEither way, the recordings will be more in sync with the existing tracks, reducing the effect ​of overlapping audio.+A: The internal microphone will pick up any sound, including the sound coming from your speakers, this is pure physics. To solve this, you need to separate those signals. This can be done by using headphones, a headset or a USB audio interface. If you do not have such equipment, you can reduce this behavior by setting ​the 'Audio System' in the settings ​to '​Oboe/​AAudio'​ and then run 'Determine ​latency' ​from the '​More'​ menuThis should give a jitter ​of around 0 milliseconds.
  
 When you are using headphones and still got track bleed, then you are probably using a 3-pole connector. Android devices use a 4-pole socket (TRRS) and the output poles can touch the mic pole, causing bleed (see [[http://​www.nx7u.net/​android.html]] for example). You would need a splitter cable, but beware that some of these are wired incorrectly. When you are using headphones and still got track bleed, then you are probably using a 3-pole connector. Android devices use a 4-pole socket (TRRS) and the output poles can touch the mic pole, causing bleed (see [[http://​www.nx7u.net/​android.html]] for example). You would need a splitter cable, but beware that some of these are wired incorrectly.
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