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How to alternate between your computer mic and your computer audio (what comes out of your speakers).

How to alternate between your computer mic and your computer audio (what comes out of your speakers).

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  • can anyone tell me how to do the same but using a focusrite saffire 6 card? my pc is about to go out the window otherwise lol. please help.
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  • at step 6, i entered what you have in Run into mine and it's not there :V
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  • And Keep it Simple Instructions for Windows XP
    • You have setup a Ustream.tv account
    • You have setup a “Show”
    • You don’t have expensive sound studio mixers
    • But you want to alternate between your voice and computer audio in the webcast
    • Allow the ustream broadcaster to use your computer’s sound card (mic/speaker)
    • Uncheck “Video”
    • Make sure audio source is your preferred sound card (in case your computer has multiple sound cards)
  • Too Low Too High: Will Distort Optimally in “Orange”, occasionally in “Red”
    • Windows Start Button >> Run
      • (or Windows Key + R)
    Start the Sound Mixer in Record Mode Some kinda recording mixer will appear, showing atleast a “ Mic or Microphone” and “Wave / Mix / Stereo Mix / Mono Mix”
    • In the Mixer, go to Options > Properties and Select the invisible sliders
    Select Everything!
  • Computer Sounds
    • Keep these items open side-by-side:
      • Audio Player, Broadcaster Window , Recording Mixer
    you can use anything… Windows Media Player, iTunes, Realplayer (uugh)
  • 1. Check both your mic and computer audio sound levels to be in the “oranges” As you MC the show, you will go back and forth between the mic and the audio player.
  • 2. Set the Audio Quality to 22Khz 11Khz, if you have a audience with low internet speed connections 22 Khz has worked great for me for audiences around the world ---- Acceptable music and talk audio quality 44 Khz – May work too!
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