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Once you have done so, click the small microphone icon to bring up a list of your available microphones, and choose the microphone that you would like to use for your broadcast.

Once you have your correct microphone recognized and selected by the broadcaster, you should make sure that you have your broadcast settings correct by clicking on the small gear icon in the bottom right corner of the broadcast window.

Buzzes and hums are generally analog audio problems, which means they are not caused by anything in your encoder or anything on the Ustream platform.

Two common causes of buzzes and hums are grounding issues or radio frequency interference (RFI).

Or you are watching another video on the web and that is playing at the same time as the Ustream video.

Make sure that all other open internet browser windows and tabs on your computer are closed or muted prior to viewing your desired Ustream broadcast.

You will see an audio meter below the audio settings tab where you can adjust your audio levels.

There are several places in the Producer interface where you can control your audio.Here are some potential solutions to fix a buzz or hum in your audio.If you are experiencing a hum or a buzz it is worth it to try to switch which kinds of cables you are using to see if you can reduce the hum or noise you are hearing.If you are using your built in mic or your microphone or camera is located close to a computer you are also monitoring / listening to the broadcast on, you might experience audio feedback.Audio feedback starts out like an echo, but can also sound like a "robot voice" a repeat, or can turn into a horrible loud screeching noise.When RFI is really bad, sometimes you are hearing radio stations or people talking through your audio wires.