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Setup a Mic with your ASIO audio interface

If your Mic comes not as a stand-alone USB device, but has to be connected to an audio interface with ASIO drivers, follow these 3 steps to setup VOICEMEETER:

1

Set Your Audio Interface as Output

Select your ASIO driver as Output A1.

2

Connect the ASIO Inputs
to Your VOICEMEETER Inputs

Your ASIO interface has several inputs.
Patch all of them or only the Mic input to VOICEMEETER´s input channel strips.

A. Open the VOICEMEETER “System settings/Options …” dialog.

B. Patch the Mic ASIO input of your interface to a VOICEMEETER input strip:
After step 1 the settings dialog presents the selected ASIO audio driver as A1 Main Output device.

Select the input number in the IN1 L/R fields (“PATCH ASIO Inputs to strips”).
If your Mic is connected to input 1 of your audio interface, simply choose “1”.

C. ASIO buffer settings:
Per default VOICEMEETER is using the samplerate (SR) and the buffer size of the audio interface. This is the best and most stable option, so you don´t need to change these settings.
Alternatively you can specify a different samplerate and/or a bigger buffer size.
Tip: Media should be played with their stored sample rate (e. g. 44.1 KHz for CD music).

You can connect (= route or patch) all the inputs of your ASIO interface to VOICEMEETER´s input strips. If you just want to use the input with your Mic, only patch the number of this input to the strip.

3

Route Your Mic to a Virtual Output

Route your Mic input to a Virtual Output (B1).
Turn on the Mono button of the input.

Your ASIO audio interface (e.g. RME Babyface PRO) usually comes also with MME/WDM drivers. To avoid device conflicts don´t use these MME/WDM (e.g. RME Babyface PRO MME/WDM) drivers on your input and output channels.

Need more help setting up your ASIO interface?
Check this video:

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How to setup Voicemeeter Banana with an ASIO device TASCAM US 16×08

Audio: FR – Subtitle: EN-US