RE- window mode "volume" <-fact

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    Shipping & Sales

    I understand, and appreciate the feedback. Let's see what we can do to turn your experience around.

    I'm going to consult with a teammate RE: using Palette with a virtual sound card; see if there's a reason within our control that this is not working.

    Please send an issue report via PaletteApp so that I can see your app version. Go to Help > Customer Support > Other, then enter your email address so we can follow up directly for troubleshooting. 

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    motorbikematt

    As an aside, I would like to use my sliders to control different sound device volumes in Windows 10.

    For example, I have a USB headset and I have system speakers, both have different volume controls. I would like to assign one slider to the speakers and the other to headset.

    As of right now, it only selects 'system volume'.


    Anyway you can have the app recognize the sound devices and add them to the drop down menu?

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    Shipping & Sales

    Absolutely.

    For something you can wire up immediately, I know there is at least one third-party virtual mixer app that supports MIDI control and allows you to discretely control the volume of different inputs and outputs, called Voicemeeter Potato.

    The basic workflow to set this up would be to 1) define your inputs and outputs in Voicemeeter, 2) assign MIDI to Palette/Monogram sliders and/or dials, and then 3) use the MIDI learn functionality in Voicemeeter to link your hardware to the software sliders.

    See MIDI Mapping on page 55 of the Voicemeeter user manual here: https://vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/VoicemeeterBanana_UserManual.pdf

    And page 59 of this manual: https://vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/VoicemeeterPotato_UserManual.pdf

    Alternate instructions available here: https://www.radiodj.ro/community/index.php?topic=9963.0

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    For long-term support, we'd likely build a direct integration with the Windows sound mixer or partner with a developer who's already developed a sound mixer library. Unfortunately I don't have an ETA to share on either of those options, so the best immediate option is to use Voicemeeter or another mixer that supports MIDI input.

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    motorbikematt

    Aww yeah...I didn't even THINK of this and I've been using Voicemeeter for ever.

    It would be awesome to have this natively integrated but this is a great work around! Thank you!

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