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Inpulse 500 How to Make MIC Sound Come out from PC Speakers

Hajeil Sounak


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Posted on 09/09/22 at 04:15:10
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Hello,

I know how to make the control deck's music sound go through my PC speakers but is there a way to make my MIC I have connected to the 500 "MIC IN" also go through the PC speakers?

Any help with this would be appreciated as I just bought a MIC specifically thinking I could do this.

Hajeil Sounak


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Posted on 09/09/22 at 12:31:23
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I found the solution after doing a bit more Googling. Here's the FAQ should anyone else be looking to do this.

https://www.djuced.com/kb/how-to-record-your-microphone-with-the-inpul se-500-in-djuced/



DJ Phatso


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Posted on 09/09/22 at 17:15:44
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This procedure will indeed be required when your speakers are not connected to the back of the Inpulse 500 

The Microphone and Auxiliary audio input is enabled by default via hardware mixing, meaning that the audio is sent directly to the console's Main output, without any software or configuration necessary.   



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Posted on 09/09/22 at 18:39:14
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hello Hajeil Sounak,

Indeed, that's the solution to mix or record an external source (mic input or line input) inside the software (while when you hear the microphone on DJC I 500 master output, it may be played in hardware via the hardware mixing of mic input to the master output).

Googling might give you a closer guide:   
https://www.herculesdjmixroom.com/it/blog/tech-tips/djuced-5:-play-an- external-audio-source-on-a-deck/

If yoou mix with the cross-fader, to prevent the crossfader from cutting the microphone source, you should activate the same microphone input on both deck 3 and deck 4 so that whatever the crossfader position, you keep on playing the microphone in the software.