Good Idea..

Discussion in 'Green Room' started by mooo, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. mooo

    mooo thecyberninja

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    I just had a great idea sitting here listening to music and about to play UT..
    I have my headphones and mic together (that one that came with SE copy of ut) and a nice sound system that goes through an amp with speakers and what not. The idea is to be able to control which audio goes out to each port. If i could limit winamp to go via one output, and then ut through the headphones. The main reason i want this is because i am about to wire my basement to the amp, and I do not want UT any other sounds going through except music or if need be movies. But being able to limit would be great. If this has not been done i say someone get moving to copy right that and go to town (just for a small % of the royalties of course :p)
    Bash or agree with the idea, just though i would speak what is on the mind. I just realized i forgot to tell what soundcard i am using I think its an audixy2 or what ever.. been a year since i purchased it so I have no idea on what i ordered.
     
  2. dreamliner77

    dreamliner77 The Analog Kid

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    This can easily be accomplised with soundcards with more than one stereo out, or multiple soundcards.
     
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  3. mooo

    mooo thecyberninja

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    aww.. well atleast i know i can do this.. now just got to get another soundcard :p thanks for ruining my dream of royalties out the yenyang dreamRUINER77!!
    BTW: you still get the rep points :)
     
  4. dreamliner77

    dreamliner77 The Analog Kid

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    thanks mooo.

    Give ya an idea right now, I have 3 "cards" running in this box right now. A Delta 1010 for recording, a Chaintech av-710 for high quality monitoring and digital out, and onboard soundstorm for those rare occassions I want to upmix something to Dolby Digital. Granted, the wiring is a mess. Most programs will let you choose an output device.