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I stream video games with my friend (over skype) to my Twitch.tv account from time to time. I have a Behringer Q802usb mixer to take signals from my mic, my computer, and my Wii U, and the mixer basically functions as a usb interface for my PC. Problem is, when I'm on skype with my friend while I'm playing games, he can hear himself and the game i'm playing. I figured I would do a mix-minus to send him ONLY my mic signal, but it's incredibly distorted. It almost sounds like it's overdriven or something. I can't figure out what the problem is at all, but here's a picture of my setup that I diagrammed out. Any help would be excellent. Thanks!
Hello fellow Earwolf fans. I've been listening to Earwolf shows for a while now but I'm new to this forum so I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right thread. I'll probably post this in other threads to make sure it gets seen. Anyway, I was looking for people living in LA and its surrounding areas who want to start their own podcast but maybe don't know how to do so. I started my own podcast about a year ago and it's a lot of fun to do. I record, host, edit, and publish all of my own shows. I don't want to shamelessly plug my podcast here so if you would like to hear it send me a reply. Do you have an idea of a podcast you want to do? I can help you record it. I can set up all the microphones, mixers, and recording software for you and all you have to do is show up and host your show. Do you want to host your own show and interview people? Do you do characters and want to perform them on a podcast? I think it'd be really fun to get a lot of people together to do our own shows. I look forward to your replies!
Long time listener, first time caller... I've been searching through the forums to see what the audio equipment chain is in the Earwolf Studio. I know they use Shure SM7Bs, but does anyone have an idea of what is being used as the mixer and external processing (If any?) Thanks!