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9th March 2008, 12:04
i am collating images of recording mixers to try and assist the people that are having recording mixer problems.
Please could people post their mixers so i can add them to a page for support?
i only need the recording mixers and not the payback mixers,
i have so far
ps if you dont know how to do it . click on the mixer and press Alt & Print screen then paste into paint or photoshop,
9th March 2008, 13:30
Here's Mine: OS=Windows XP Home [v2002/sp1]
I guess the options (inputs) and tags may be related to the soundcard (hardware), so it's a SoundMAX Digital Audio, integrated in the motherboard on a Dell Dimension 2350.
9th March 2008, 13:34
out of interest did you ever get that card to stream mic and audio from wave out?
i have always seen lots of problems in these forums with this card?
9th March 2008, 13:58
The "Wave Out" selection effectively means the old "What U Hear", or the newer "Speaker Output" -- that means that when selected in the record mixer, the output mixer's inputs control the "recorded" stream sent to the DSP by WinAMP in soundcard mode. In this mode, the auto dimmer in push to talk works sometimes (and uses a lot of CPU), but it totally depends upon the settings (levels) of the output/playback mixer channels except for the master volume, so you have to use headphones to avoid feedback and keep both mixers visible. Track titles (from WinAmp MP3 sources) work btw in this mode.
When the push to talk is not working right (it sometimes works exactly opposite of the way it should), it's difficult to manually dim one input slider while adding gain to another at the same time as you can with a real mixer since your PC only has one finger (called a mouse pointer, or TAB key), and you have five (oops, ten) :) -- well, someday MS may add at least a binary crossfader "control" that can be configured for two specific inputs that could make push to talk a mousewheel scroll away -- heck, they do have a "media center" version of XP [LMFAO - couldn't help that MS bash, reminds me of the old days, LOL :)]
9th March 2008, 14:15
lol sounds like a lot of hard work..
so the short answer is still the same there is no easy way to use the card for recording all u hear.
i have done some google images and now i have a shed load of recording mixers to get added.
9th March 2008, 14:50
heres what i have managed so far.
i am adding the non working vista stuff this afternoon hopefully :)
This should give people an idea what they need to be looking for.
i will tidy it up and get it added somewhere
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