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DAW question

Just now, DotzHyper said:

Ok so it's like the voicemeeter banana type of output? it's a whole new stream that I can pick

Somewhat similar. I'm not sure you can route Discord to two different outputs at the same time though. But you could always shoot Discord's audio into the DAW then monitor the DAW. But a DAW is kinda overkill for this.

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I have a very simple question and idk how to ask google so i'll describe it here. With a DAW, does it become my active voice during games and discord audio chats? or will it simply take my interface's signal?

 

clarification: like if i were to put voice filters into the daw

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2 minutes ago, DotzHyper said:

I have a very simple question and idk how to ask google so i'll describe it here. With a DAW, does it become my active voice during games and discord audio chats? or will it simply take my interface's signal?

You could route Discord to spit out its audio into the DAW with Windows Mixer.

 

DAW's generally just deal with interface stuff, and their own onboard effects/plug-ins. The majority of them are very flexible when it comes to routing audio though.


If you have any questions about ultra high end audio (Or any speakers or audio gear!), don't be afraid to shoot me a message, or mention me.

 

Spent over 700k on audio gear, still trying to increase sound quality.

 

Why 44.1kHz is all you need: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyquist–Shannon_sampling_theorem

 

How loud should you listen?: http://dangerousdecibels.org/education/information-center/decibel-exposure-time-guidelines/

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Just now, Derkoli said:

You could route Discord to spit out its audio into the DAW with Windows Mixer.

 

DAW's generally just deal with interface stuff, and their own onboard effects/plug-ins. The majority of them are very flexible when it comes to routing audio though.

Ok so it's like the voicemeeter banana type of output? it's a whole new stream that I can pick

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Just now, DotzHyper said:

Ok so it's like the voicemeeter banana type of output? it's a whole new stream that I can pick

Somewhat similar. I'm not sure you can route Discord to two different outputs at the same time though. But you could always shoot Discord's audio into the DAW then monitor the DAW. But a DAW is kinda overkill for this.


If you have any questions about ultra high end audio (Or any speakers or audio gear!), don't be afraid to shoot me a message, or mention me.

 

Spent over 700k on audio gear, still trying to increase sound quality.

 

Why 44.1kHz is all you need: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyquist–Shannon_sampling_theorem

 

How loud should you listen?: http://dangerousdecibels.org/education/information-center/decibel-exposure-time-guidelines/

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Just now, Derkoli said:

Somewhat similar. I'm not sure you can route Discord to two different outputs at the same time though. But you could always shoot Discord's audio into the DAW then monitor the DAW. But a DAW is kinda overkill for this.

Cool, im getting an audio interface soon that comes with softwares such as a daw so I'm just wondering.

Thanks!

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Just now, DotzHyper said:

Cool, im getting an audio interface soon that comes with softwares such as a daw so I'm just wondering.

Thanks!

If you get the DAW for free, Might as well give it a try :)


If you have any questions about ultra high end audio (Or any speakers or audio gear!), don't be afraid to shoot me a message, or mention me.

 

Spent over 700k on audio gear, still trying to increase sound quality.

 

Why 44.1kHz is all you need: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyquist–Shannon_sampling_theorem

 

How loud should you listen?: http://dangerousdecibels.org/education/information-center/decibel-exposure-time-guidelines/

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