An easy to use tool designed to help you mix multiple audio feeds that pass through your computer and transmit them through VOIP applications.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Vincent Burel
The computer has not only invaded every office, as was once a man’s dream, but is now part of our day to day activities, helping us with leisure and work related events and tasks. With a computer equipped with the right applications you can do just about anything. When it comes to audio mixing, tools like VoiceMeeter let you adjust and enhance input signal for a powerful and high-quality output.
Visually appealing and intuitive interface
In terms of design, the application is modern and visually appealing, and from its looks, it can greatly come in handy if used on touch-supported computers. Buttons are big enough but well-arranged, with clear text and sliders so you don’t mess up. Sound meters offer real time updating previews so you carefully analyze input and output values.
Connect and set up multiple input devices
To use the application at its full potential, you can connect up to two input devices to your computer. On the other hand, the application is capable of detecting any ASIO drivers you might have installed or are using. What’s more, there’s also a virtual input for more possibilities.
In total, there are four panels cleverly placed in the main window, each with its own set of sliders, knobs and preview meters. As such, input devices are selected from the individual panels from a drop down menus, with the connection being instantly established.
Only a few effects to apply
There aren’t many effects to play with when it comes to mixing, nor can you make use of any audio files or plugins. Everything that comes in is modified on the spot, so the application can mostly be used for live processing.
Easy to use equalizer and pan tool
Delay seems not to be an issue, neither for continuous stream nor when making changes. There are two major features that can alter sound. One lets you adjust the frequency by dragging an object inside a box, with frequency being focused on it and arranged like a common equalizer. On the other hand, there’s the possibility to pan audio in a similar manner.
In addition, you can apply a fade effect through a slider, as well as modifying bass, mid and high frequencies, thanks to a small equalizer utility that is available for the virtual input. Sadly, the application doesn’t come equipped with a recording utility so you’ll have to use external ones.
To sum it up
All in all, for live streaming and mixing sessions, VoiceMeter can capture sound and deliver a high-quality output according to your commands. You quickly get the hang of it thanks to the practical design, with changes being applied on the spot. Although there’s no possibility to record, the application is worth at least a try.