I. Setting up Virtual Audio Cable1. Download Virtual Audio Cable
. Author's website: http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/vac.htm#trial
or using direct link on our site: http://dl.djsoft.net/vac413.zip
.2. Start Audio Repeater
: Start->All Programs->Virtual Audio Cable->Audio Repeater (MME).
: audio card's input where you have microphone connectedWave out
: "Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)"
It's also recommended to change buffer size to minimum and set the "High" priority (to decrease latency).II. Setting up Skype
In Skype, select the microphone you're using and output device: "Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)". III. Setting up RadioBOSS
In RadioBOSS, enter Settings->Microphone/Line.In. In the "MIC" button settings select
Device: "Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)"
Now, when you click "MIC" button in RadioBOSS, you'll hear the Skype conversation. When there's no Skype call, just microphone will work.
If you don't want to hear yourself while speaking, the setup is a bit more complicated.
Thanks to wutzthedeal
), we have the instruction on how to do it.(original post: http://www.djsoft.net/smf/index.php/topic,2323.msg13611.html#msg13611)
Install VAC, set two cables, set up three MME repeaters by opening three instances of it; run Mic to Line 1, Line 2 to Line 1, then Line 2 to headset. You should NOT be hearing your own voice echo, nor the caller their voice.
In Skype or Google Voice (or similar) Set input to mic and output to line 2. I would advise unchecking any automatic adjustments within your voip program.
In RadioBOSS, go in and set input to Line 1. Check the output to encoders only (I did this and I think it's required; will correct if wrong, but it works this way). Don't tick push to talk if you plan on talking a lot; that would require you to hold the "mic" button down during your broadcast from the main screen. Also, DON'T FORGET to turn on the mic by tapping that button on the main screen. Since you won't be able to see your mic input bouncing up and down on a meter until the newer version of RB comes out, just download the free app Pin It, and pin the Mic to Line 1 repeater window open, which will "stay on top" and serve as a voice input meter so you know if there is a sudden problem. Calls and music sound clean and crisp. This looks like a really solid program.
Alternative setup: http://www.djsoft.net/smf/index.php/topic,2323.msg13990.html#msg13990
+ video: http://youtu.be/dHbHm_gSus8
Setup which uses Voice Meeter instead of VAC