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Axymeus
Posted on 09-01-21 12:12 AM Link | #4380
I can't get the external microphone setting to work. In Brain Age unfortunately you need more than noise, you need to actually speak words... I wish melonDS had some way of testing the external mic, or at least select which microphone you want to use. I suppose the default should be picked, but it's impossible to tell anyway. Is this feature working?

Arisotura
Posted on 09-01-21 12:33 AM Link | #4381
it should be working, I tested it and it works. it might indeed be picking the wrong input device, melonDS picks the default one.

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Axymeus
Posted on 09-01-21 12:44 AM Link | #4382
I disabled every other mic in Windows sound control panel, so there is only one enabled and this is still not working, is melonDS somehow picking up a disabled mic? That's gonna be difficult to change because it's a virtual output from VoiceMeeter I can't exactly uninstall only one of the input it provides (the other is the actual physical mic).

Axymeus
Posted on 09-01-21 09:59 PM Link | #4384
On a side note, I've noticed that the retroarch core is lacking external mic support. Is it because the core is lagging behind the standalone or is it not supported by the frontend? I wouldn't mind putting some money down for this feature and an up to date melonDS (in case it is not) but I'm not sure where the work needs to be done actually.

Rayyan
Posted on 09-03-21 12:47 PM Link | #4394

Posted by Axymeus
On a side note, I've noticed that the retroarch core is lacking external mic support. Is it because the core is lagging behind the standalone or is it not supported by the frontend? I wouldn't mind putting some money down for this feature and an up to date melonDS (in case it is not) but I'm not sure where the work needs to be done actually.


we don't develop or support the retroarch core. ask whoever makes that port.

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Triggs
Posted on 01-15-23 09:29 PM Link | #5769
I'm playing Band Hero and I'm having the same issue!


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