overtone A New Solution to Voice Communication

Overtone: A New Solution to Voice Communication

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               The world of online communication has been a long and winding road. With the grandfather of TeamSpeak and the current parent generation of Discord, it’s interesting to see what offspring come from these. It looks like we might have a new entry with Overtone, a new kid to the block that improves on a […]

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XSplit 3.3 Update

XSplit v3.3 Update Adds Macros, Multitrack Audio

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A new update is now available for XSplit! The new patch (v3.3) includes some pretty big updates for all kinds of content creators to use. Macros The new Macros extension allows you to set up specific events like transitions, videos, text, alerts, and more through an easy-to-use interface. You can set custom keybindings to allow […]

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Pretzel Launches Premium Subscription

Pretzel Launches Premium Subscription

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After weeks of incremental updates and catalog additions, Pretzel is officially launching their Premium subscription option. As Pretzel puts it in their blog post, Premium gets you a custom “What’s Playing” URL, audio quality options, eligibility for Pretzel promotional campaigns, Early Access to the mobile beta, priority support, and 70% of your sub goes to […]

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Pretzel Music App for Streamers

Pretzel – a Music App for Streamers

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Listening to music while playing games is likely a common combination for many of us. Especially as more and more games have time-consuming, non-narrative intensive tasks like collecting x animal pelts or exploring this region or walking to that place. Whatever the case may be, playing music can be a nice way to take an […]

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Reaper Audio Guide

Guide to REAPER for Better Microphone Audio

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Greetings readers! Expanding on my last article, it is time to take the next step for those of you who are looking at perfecting your audio. You should already have a basic understanding of your recording equipment and streaming software. With that in mind, I’ll help you take it to the next level to make […]

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Microphones and Audio Beginners Guide

A Beginner’s Guide to Microphones and Audio

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Audio is arguably one of the most important things to get right with streaming. From having a good balance between game and mic audio, to making sure you’re not peaking on the mic; audio is something worth spending time on. As streamers, you want to make sure newcomers are having a good experience. First impressions […]

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Audio Mixing Software for Streamers – Voicemeeter Banana

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What is VoiceMeeter Banana? So, you’re streaming and have some audio needs that aren’t met with Windows’s limited mixing capabilities and are thinking of buying an expensive mixer to configure your audio setup? There is an alternative- a software based mixer from VB-Audio called VoiceMeeter Banana. VoiceMeeter Banana allows you to take input from up to 3 […]

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Elgato Delay Fix

The Elgato Capture Card 2 Second Delay: Fixed

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SPECIAL NOTE: The below guide will work with any external capture card that uses USB 2.0 speed, as all of those cards will have some type of delay.  To find out how much delay, see the “How to check if you’re Synced” paragraph. So you’ve hooked up your Elgato capture card perfectly.  You’ve sat down […]

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