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How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Track

PostPosted: Sun Dec 13, 2015 1:59 am
by UltraVox
Hello,

I need to create a small mixer able to (re)-inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows MICRO track.

The objective is to stream music on Mumble, together with my voice, using the Micro.

Ideally I would like to create a small mixer with Microphone and MP3 tracks, but everything that can be broadcast on the VoIP Mumble client (http://wiki.mumble.info/wiki/Main_Page)

What plugin, function or method do you recommend for this ?

Thank you.

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2015 7:00 pm
by Neosoft Support

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2015 2:32 am
by UltraVox
Thank you Dave,

But I do not think npWave plugin is able to redirect a Windows device to another. I still bought it, but I doubt it matches my expectations.

I need to re-inject an audio signal from my sound card to a devices of my choice. Not necessarily a file, but any audio signal.

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2015 3:20 pm
by Neosoft Support
I need to re-inject an audio signal from my sound card to a devices of my choice. Not necessarily a file, but any audio signal.


I'm not sure what to recommend. That's a topic outside of my knowledge.

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2015 6:15 am
by Scherzkeks
have a look at
virtual audio cable.
more easy to use and quite powerfull app to mix several channels to one.
Drivers supported: MME, DX, KS, WDM Device Driver

VB-CABLE driver will be present as new playback and recording device (appearing in the audio device list).
VB-CABLE can be set as default device, as any regular audio device. The Configure and Properties buttons allow to setup multi channel features and device sound quality. All signal coming in the CABLE input is going to the CABLE output. Then It becomes simple to make computer audio recording or to connect a player application to a recorder one.


or Jack
more powerfull, but harder to use on windows since it's coming from linux
Drivers supported: dsound, wmme, WDMKS, ASIO, WASAPI, and WaveRT

connects audio and MIDI using the Windows system drivers...
It connects (OUTPUT) to those audio drivers using the PortAudio project
(so Jack can connect using dsound, wmme, WDMKS, ASIO, WASAPI, and WaveRT)
depending on what the soundcard's drivers support.
Currently Jack for Windows only supports 32-bit applications

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2015 6:41 am
by UltraVox
I work on a advanced audio mixer that uses the "virtual audio cable" audio driver. But I must find a way to lead the audio output to an input of VAC.

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2015 4:14 pm
by Scherzkeks
UltraVox wrote:I work on a advanced audio mixer that uses the "virtual audio cable" audio driver. But I must find a way to lead the audio output to an input of VAC.



maybe something like this?

Re: How inject an audio track (MP3) on the Windows Micro Tra

PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2015 11:03 pm
by UltraVox
Yes exactly. Except that my audio mixer is dedicated to a WebRadio (Micro, MP3 Players, etc...).

So I built a audio mixer with NeoBook, but I need the Audio Output is redirected to an VoiceMeeter Audio IN.