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Routing my computer audio and/or Speech into a DAW or TeamTalk?

Jesse Tregarthen
 

Hello,

I've recently purchased a Scarlet Solo USB audio interface with the intention of recording my mic and guitar. Using it as an input device in Windows to record in my DAW with my mic or guitar is fine. The bit I'm wondering about is if I wanted to record a demo and capture NVDA. I'd also like to be able to route NVDA and other system audio through TeamTalk for others to hear. Would I require an interface with more channels for this or a program? On Mac I accomplish this with audio highjack to capture system audio and loopback to play it through Skype or TeamTalk. Thanks in advance. Best,
Jesse

JM Casey
 

Not sure about TeamTalk, but you shouldn't need any more channels or even an
interface if the programme is set up to do this -- I know Zoom will let
others hear your sounds and presumably that could be recorded as well. DAWs
generally seem to have a loopback option of some kind (in some cases it used
to be called "what you hear") that will allow this. I have also heard of
Virtual Audio Cable, which might help you -- not really sure about this as I
haven't tried it, but others on the list probably know about its specific
usefulness.

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Subject: [all-audio] Routing my computer audio and/or Speech into a DAW or
TeamTalk?

Hello,

I've recently purchased a Scarlet Solo USB audio interface with the
intention of recording my mic and guitar. Using it as an input device in
Windows to record in my DAW with my mic or guitar is fine. The bit I'm
wondering about is if I wanted to record a demo and capture NVDA. I'd also
like to be able to route NVDA and other system audio through TeamTalk for
others to hear. Would I require an interface with more channels for this or
a program? On Mac I accomplish this with audio highjack to capture system
audio and loopback to play it through Skype or TeamTalk. Thanks in advance.
Best, Jesse