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Sound binding/mic/stereo mix playback questions.

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February 19, 2014 3:15:19 AM

Hi! I have a G710+ keyboard that uses this software. http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support/10088?osid=14&bit...

I wanted to be able to with the six available keys I have, to use macros and bindings to both switch to a different mic and back, and then play certain audio files into my stereo mix. I know this is going to be a virtual-cabled mess, but I hope it's possible. One think to mention is that it will be in game (DX9) without alt tabbing and windowed mode is fine if need be.

I would of course be able to achieve what I'm doing by manually going to "sound" and making my main recording device stereo mix, playing the audio clip and manually switching back to my mic, but of course that's not ideal. Any recommendations? I mostly know how to use VirtualAudioCable if need be, thanks so much for the help every1!

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February 21, 2014 6:25:24 AM

ttg_Avenged said:
Hi! I have a G710+ keyboard that uses this software. http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support/10088?osid=14&bit...

I wanted to be able to with the six available keys I have, to use macros and bindings to both switch to a different mic and back, and then play certain audio files into my stereo mix. I know this is going to be a virtual-cabled mess, but I hope it's possible. One think to mention is that it will be in game (DX9) without alt tabbing and windowed mode is fine if need be.

I would of course be able to achieve what I'm doing by manually going to "sound" and making my main recording device stereo mix, playing the audio clip and manually switching back to my mic, but of course that's not ideal. Any recommendations? I mostly know how to use VirtualAudioCable if need be, thanks so much for the help every1!


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