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Realtek + Hercules Mix = One in/out win10 ?

yucelll


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Posted on 11/29/21 at 10:06:31
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Turkey
  • DJConsole RMX2
  • Djuced
  • VirtualDJ
Hello. I want to mix "realtek driver mic in" + "hercules speaker output" = "just one in" for online streaming.
i want to stream "hercules speaker driver - system sound(mozilla firefox youtube sound) + realtek mic"
my default output device is hercules remix2
my default in device is realtek mic in.

How can i do that in win10?



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Posted on 11/29/21 at 10:51:52
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Hello yucelll,


A) The simplest solution is to

  • set Rmx2 input 1-2 on line 0dB
 
  • use the Rmx2 in ASIO mode
  • and in the DJ software, for example in Djuced
    in Settings > Audio, activate the line input 1-2 on the decks where want to play it, for example on deck 3 and deck 4, activate "Inputs 1 & 2"
    in DJuced main interface, choose as display "4Decks Horizontal"
    Duced displays deck 3 and 4, click on the number 3 and activate "External source", click on number 4 and activate "External source".
And that's it, you play the microphone on deck 3 & 4, and you control the volume of these decks with Shift + Volume fader 1 and 2.


B) The second solution, is to use a virtual device called "aggregate sound device", a virtual sound device made of 2 separate sound devices, it is easy in macOS and it insanely complicated in Windows because of Windows sound limitations.

This feature is not possible in Windows WASAPI mode but is possible in ASIO mode with an aggregator as ASIO4All.

1) Before running ASIO 4All, please make sure both devices play at the same (or compatible) audio rates, so:
- right-click on the speaker icon in Windows notification area (left of the task bar)
- Sound Settings
- in Sound > Input > Choose your input device, select the adequate microphone
- click on "Device properties"
- click on additional device properties (on left)
- In the Advanced tab, set the microphone sampling rate: 96 Khz if your Realtek supports 96 Khz, 48 kHz if there is not 96kHz (do not let it on 44.1kHz, it would not fit with Rmx2 96kHz sampling rate)

- Click on OK (if the previous sampling rate was already OK) or Apply (if you have changed the sample rate).


2) Then install ASIO4All, and activate the Rmx2 outputs and the Realtek mic input in this ASIO4All device.
The activated inputs and outputs have a blue icon & arrow at the beginning of the line.
You must take your time and recheck with it because ASIO4All setting menu is not super stable.


3) Then, once you have the ASIO device, select ASIO4ALL as audio device in your DJ software.  

yucelll


27 Messages
Posted on 12/01/21 at 02:11:40
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Turkey
  • DJConsole RMX2
  • Djuced
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Thank you for answer.

But my stream is not dj performance. I using RMX2 for a just quality soundcard for any windows system sounds (youtube, spotify. .. )
My stream:
Camera + (mozilla youtube sounds) + mic But watchers dont hear my youtube sounds. Because stream settings is;
Camera and just one input (selectable, i using mic)

And i cant use asio without dj programs.
I need mic and speaker compine with just input (Speaker + Mic = combine output but we can select input)

i don't know how to do it.

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Posted on 12/01/21 at 09:52:47
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Hello Yucell,


Thanks for your answer.

Sorry, I had not understood you wanted to stream without DJing: for pure streaming, you need a Wasapi virtual sound device as 
I have used VB Audio, never used Voicemeeter as it was not released when I tried, but Voicemeeter has a nice interface.



yucelll


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Posted on 12/01/21 at 12:05:26
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Oh thank you so much for answering.
I did finally.
I try Voicemeter Banana and its working.



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2013 Messages
Posted on 12/01/21 at 12:49:41
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Super, thanks.
A question about microphone: have you tried using a (good) microphone on DJConsole Rmx2?

yucelll


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Posted on 12/01/21 at 13:43:37
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I try rmx2 in mic but dont working standart microfon. I using XLR to 3.5mm jack. And i hearing just sizzle.


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2013 Messages
Posted on 12/01/21 at 15:25:36
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Hi,

What is your microphone brand & model?
Voicemail microphones (Skype) are generally not a good match for for DJConsole Rmx2 mic input:
- DJConsole Rmx2 mic input is taylored for more music oriented vocal microphone (impedance > 80 Ohms, balanced (XLR or 1/4 jack)), as in this style
- voicemail microphones for multimedia apps have often a much lower impedance, so that they do not work on music microphone ports (if you hear a hiss sound, maybe your microphone jack is stereo, and connecting a stereo microphone on a mini jack-> XLR connector changer will cause a hiss sound). 

Sityi


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Posted on 12/02/21 at 09:08:41
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Sorry for the interruption, but may I have a question regarding microphones? Are supercardioid mics suitable for DJing?

yucelll


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Posted on 12/02/21 at 13:32:21
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  • Djuced
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Hi,

What is your microphone brand & model?
Voicemail microphones (Skype) are generally not a good match for for DJConsole Rmx2 mic input:
- DJConsole Rmx2 mic input is taylored for more music oriented vocal microphone (impedance > 80 Ohms, balanced (XLR or 1/4 jack)), as in this style
- voicemail microphones for multimedia apps have often a much lower impedance, so that they do not work on music microphone ports (if you hear a hiss sound, maybe your microphone jack is stereo, and connecting a stereo microphone on a mini jack-> XLR connector changer will cause a hiss sound). 

Thank you for answering. I'll get one and try it.