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Physical mixer for Windows 10 audio

Hi. I previously used Voicemeeter Potato but recently I’ve been having some insane issues with audio + mic cracklings etc. I’m debating switching to a physical mixer, but I’m wondering how those work with audio from Windows 10(example Spotify, discord, games). Can each of these applications be bound to different volume strips(if that’s what they’re called). I currently have a really good deal for a goxlr ($100) for the normal version. Is it worth it, or is audio interfaces like voicemeeter better to use?

I also want to hot mute/unmute a headset mic I have for when I’m not at my computer. Is this possible?

Sorry if it’s cluttered but I’m not natively English. 

I use an XLR mic if that’s information needed

 

thank you for reading :)

-Svartedaud3n

Oslo, Norway

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5 hours ago, Svartedaud3n said:

Hi. I previously used Voicemeeter Potato but recently I’ve been having some insane issues with audio + mic cracklings etc. I’m debating switching to a physical mixer, but I’m wondering how those work with audio from Windows 10(example Spotify, discord, games). Can each of these applications be bound to different volume strips(if that’s what they’re called). I currently have a really good deal for a goxlr ($100) for the normal version. Is it worth it, or is audio interfaces like voicemeeter better to use?

I also want to hot mute/unmute a headset mic I have for when I’m not at my computer. Is this possible?

Sorry if it’s cluttered but I’m not natively English. 

I use an XLR mic if that’s information needed

 

thank you for reading :)

If you have a go xlr waiting for you it fits your needs so its definetly worth it even at that low sniping deal 

The goxlr does that just right you just need to configure it correctly to properly work for your use case 

 

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