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Voicemeeter v1.0.7.3
Voicemeeter v1.0.7.3 Voicemeeter is Audio Mixer Application endowed with Virtual Audio Device used as Virtual I/O to mix and manage any audio sources from or to any audio devices or applications. For first use, it's highly recommended to follow user manual step by step, especially step ZERO of the documentation. Standalone Application and Virtual Audio Device supporting MME, DX, KS, WDM, ASIO interfaces (XP to WIN10 32/64 bits) INSTALLATION: Run Setup program in administrative mode / Reboot after installation (and Reboot after de-installation). The Virtual Audio Mixer VoiceMeeter is able to mix audio sources coming from audio device as well as from audio applications. it mixes 3 Inputs to 3 outputs though 2 buses. Then Microphone, Music, Movie, Skype call, video game sound, net radio... can be mixed and sent to different audio outputs, VOIP or Recording Application... as Virtual Audio Device Voicemeeter is an application endowed with Virtual Audio I/O and can be used as main audio device by your system, like it was hardware mixing console. Voicemeeter supports all audio interface: MME, Direct-X, KS, WaveRT, WASAPI, and ASIO to connect audio pro DAW or musical instrument. Voicemeeter Audio Device Mixer Universal Virtual Audio Device to connect everything together Voicemeeter Virtual I/O All Audio Interfaces Support: MME, Direct-X, KS, WaveRT, WASAPI, and ASIO Voicemeeter new audio experiences [1]- To mix your voice with your music on Skype or Google Voice and make your live podcast or own radio program. [2]- To use 2x USB Headset on a computer, for VOIP applications or online educational program. [3]- To Play Video Game in 5.1 and keep the MIC for communication with your team. [4]- To make tutorial with your preferred audio/video capture software. [5]- To Record Conference or Interview in multichannel for post production. [6]- To use different Audio Application together and record the performance in live with your preferred DAW. [7]- Finally to manage simply whatever sound sources on ...
5/5 570 Jul 31, 2020
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