Winamp Mixer

Posted : admin On 1/29/2022

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Thank you for your reply.
I figured I could use a second soundcard.
1 - I set the WinAmp DSP plugin to use 'Line In' instead of the 'Winamp' for my Input Source.
2 - I connect from the 'speaker/output' of the soundcard(a) that Winamp is currently playing music on to the 'Aux In' of the mixer.
3 - I connect from the 'Aux Out' of the mixer to the 'Line in' of the second soundcard(b).
4 - I then connect the speakers that I was using before into the soundcard(b) 'speaker/output'.
With that setup, I am actually able to control the winamp volume through my mixer and use the mic's and I hear the changes on my end, but the broadcast itself can only be heard if I re-select the WinAmp DSP to use the 'Winamp' for Input Source, therefor still not going through the mixer first. I am thinking I still need to configure the WinAmp player to look at the second soundcard(b)'s 'Line in' while it is playing my song list from Soundcard(a). But, how is that accomplished?
Do I need to change the Windows XP Audio Properties for the Playback/Recording setups? If so, what would be the correct setup?
I appreciate any help the community is able to provide to me. I appologize if I am making an easy solution more difficult.
Maybe I should just build a second computer and mix between the two pc's. Would rather just use ONE pc though...