Old 1st August 2007, 14:32   #1
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Output sound to mic-in

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How can I redirect/output what I hear on my pc onto my mic.

And I am not talking about phonostar or similar. It should be 'streamed'.

thanks for reading and hope someone can help.
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Old 2nd August 2007, 09:57   #2
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mic is an input device
earphones/speakers are output device

although some people likes to use the mic as speakers and viceversa (like here), this is not recommended
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Old 2nd August 2007, 10:07   #3
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uhm, maybe you mean another thing..

maybe you're looking for a stream recorder? (the last 2 words are a hint for a google search )

or you can use the mp3DirectCut (freeware) to record all sound produced by your sound card (or every audio mixer source, like the mic) directly in mp3 format (requires lame_enc.dll from the Lame package)
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Old 2nd August 2007, 12:27   #4
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or you can use the mp3DirectCut (freeware) to record all sound produced by your sound card (or every audio mixer source, like the mic) directly in mp3 format (requires lame_enc.dll from the Lame package)
yeah well that is what I want to do. But not record it, and I know it is not done with the mic, but output the sound to the mic digitally.
Something like a plugin, having the possibility to output the played music to the mic-in.

Forgot to mention the purpose. For IM for example.

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Old 3rd August 2007, 14:19   #5
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Volume Control -> Options -> preferences -> select "recording" -> check all boxes in the list -> click OK -> check "stereo mix"/"main mix"/"what you hear" -> check your levels with audacity or some other decent audio editor ->

Note: Not all sound devices support recording 'what you hear'. In that case you will have to use a patch cable to connect the line-out to the line-in.
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Old 29th January 2014, 14:34   #6
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i want that too

i want to have a winamp / system sound mic driver so i can ID using tunateic digital fingerprinting.

it's amazing there is no fingerprinting plugin for winamp.

does gracenote work for snippets of audio, say you had a mix, and player 10 minute of a track, gracenote could not ID it. a fingerprinting program could take just a moment of music and id it.
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