I think that this topic should go into the podcast section, but I post it in case of there is someone else who wants to write here.
The reason for this post is that, I’ve been reading some of the latest topics and there are ones talking about recording mic audio, output and such. So I came with an idea: why not to make a question that has been floating through my head a long time ago? So as Riana Sais; “this is what I came for”. Haha.
Well, sometimes I podcast about some little things, ranging from simple gameplays to more complex tutorials about doing things. The way I do this is using voice recordings, and in order to achieve this is thanks to my built-in microphone as well as the stereo mix feature, although sometimes I rather decide to use the loopback function; whatever is the case, to record both input sound and output sound at the same time, I have to repeat the mic’s signal from the control panel in Windows using the “listen this device” option.
Fortunately the final sound quality is not that bad, but I don’t like it that mutch because I always must use headphones and listen my voice; it’s not too ugly but simply there souldn’t be need to monitor myself at recording .
So, you guessed right: I’m looking for a program that can record both signals without earing to myself. In YouTube that’s possible to do because they use Camptasia and this program makes the job, but since I’m blind it’s hard to use due to its unaccesibility.
Or if that’s a lot for asking, at least can someone give me a good setting for Virtual Audio Cable? You know, that program that simulates different digital cables. Probably it’s the best solution, however I’m unable to do too mutch withouth a good setting.
Thanks! Best regards.