[Icecast] dueling audio

babu tv at wfhb.org
Tue Jun 7 07:40:51 PDT 2005


ho lee MO lee.

that thar is one fancy operating system.

Thanks! :)
Tom


On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Daniel Ballenger wrote:

> Easy, open up the volume control panel and turn the line in down/mute it
> (the main window should be for signals heading out of the card, not in, that
> should be it's own seperate panel).
>
> I hope that works for you :).
> Daniel
>
> On 6/6/05, babu <tv at wfhb.org> wrote:
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I joined last week and received great help immediately. I am enjoying
>> this informative and genteel list.
>>
>> Anyway, here's an interesting one:
>>
>> I am streaming with Icecast using a radio into line-in. It works fine, and
>> the stream sounds great. However, I have been doing this for four years,
>> and I often would like to listen to audio from the internet without the
>> line-in sound in the background. These files do not play in the stream, so
>> I don't mind listening to them on top of the line-in audio, but if I could
>> block the line-in audio from reaching my headphones, I would be really
>> happy.
>>
>> This is a windows XP box at work, so not my choice in OS. I have assumed
>> this is not possible, but I have never asked anyone else about it before.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Tom
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