When using the mixer for Internet broadcasting, mix the audio from the audio playback software with the audio from the mic(s) and return the signal to the computer.
Use this setting when not only broadcasting for cover performances, but also creating offline content such as movies or podcasts.
1. Set the [TO PC] slide switch to [LOOPBACK].
This setting is used to mix all of the audio from each channel together with audio from the computer, and return the mixed signal to the computer.
2. Turn the [GAIN] knobs to adjust the input gain level.
Adjust these so that the corresponding [PEAK] LEDs flash briefly when singing or playing the loudest. If [GAIN] is too high, the sound for broadcasting will be distorted. If set too low, noise will be added to the sound.
After adjusting the gain level so that the corresponding [PEAK] LEDs flash briefly when singing or playing the loudest, turn the [GAIN] knob back to the left a little, so that the streaming sound remains clear, even if there are peaks in the sound exceeding those when setting at first.
3. Turn the volume knobs on each channel to adjust the volume balance for each connected source.
Press the [MONITOR MUTE] button as necessary to mute the monitors.
For example, if you want to mute your own voice, or if you can hear overlapping audio from the software you are using, it can be useful to turn [MONITOR MUTE] on so that the audio from the mixer is not being outputted to the monitors.
4. Press the [COMP/EQ] button, [EFFECT] button, and [AMP SIM] button as necessary.
Turning [COMP/EQ] on adjusts the tone of the audio to make it easier to listen to.
Turning [EFFECT] on adds reverb to the audio.
Turning [AMP SIM] on adds a smooth overdrive sound like the distortion from a guitar amplifier.
You can use the level knobs to adjust the amount of distortion in [AMP SIM]. To reduce the amount of distortion, turn the knob to the left for a "crunchy" sound.
1. In the broadcasting window, select [AG06/AG03] as the audio source.