Thanks. It's been a bit complicated to figure out, but that is a good start to have both the inputs I need. I HAVE encountered another problem however. The EWI requires that I connect it to a sampler if I'm going to do anything with it on a computer (It has a midi out but I don't have a cable for it). I spent the last few hours figuring out a sampler program and it finally works. However, I'm unsure of how to take the output of that program and link it over to voicemeeter. Currently as it stands, I can play the instrument over discord, but it also pulls all of the audio my computer plays to do it. So DayZ would come across the microphone and so would any other boops and sounds (Which is something I DON'T need in my life).
Also Rover, I can assure you this isn't to be trolly. I live in a thin walled apartment, so using proper acoustic instruments won't fly. I have to use this midi controller to play anything so I'm not disturbing people. I'm not going into synth territory with this. Instead, I'm trying to replicate a Shakuhachi.
I somehow clicked enough things that it finally works. Thanks for cluing me into voicemeeter. It really helped!
So, this is going to be a BIT of a strange question, but I was wondering if anyone would have expertise or knowledge of the possibility of having two recording devices play back over the IG microphone. I have what is called an EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument). Think of it like a more complex electronic keyboard that requires you to blow through the mouthpiece and everything. I'm trying to figure out if there will end up being a way to have the EWI play over IG microphone while still being able to talk.
I imagine it would possibly function like a soundboard to some extent, so any knowledge of that would probably be helpful.
Shits fucked fam. Looks like I might be working these 12 hour shifts with no day off soon. Could get worse if the two other people who said they are quitting quit. Free time? The fuck is that? *sigh* People just don’t wanna work.
Please please PLEASE get this on the server. I can’t tell you how much I’ve wanted something like this. It would make it a HELL of a lot easier to not wear a backpack. As it is, it’s such an eyesore that not wearing a bag makes it 10 times more yikes. Also, this mod has the katana which I’d hella use on Midori. I don’t care how rare it’s made lol
AS in you're waking up too early? I usually put off going to sleep for a little longer and go to sleep almost as late as I can, that means i'm so tired I sleep through the sun and wake up just in time to get ready for work
I've heard the best method is try to limit the amount of sun your body gets in the morning before you get home. Not sure how you're supposed to avoid direct sunlight when driving home...(unless you get off work before the sun is fully up. I don't get off till 7am my time.) Heavy blackout blinds/drapes will help trick your system into thinking it's still nighttime and help you sleep better I've heard as well and is supposed to be a MASSIVE help. Last resort see if you can either try Melatonin gummys to help you fall asleep quicker/stay asleep, or a prescription pill (Hydroxyzine and Alprazolam are both prescriptions I've been given in the past).
Yeah, I have some Alprazolam on my desk actually. It helps get to sleep yeah, but it wears off too quickly. I've taken to using my own legal means of getting to sleep easier since driving home in the daylight kicks me into a second wind. Honestly, I think the big problem is the lack of blackout curtains. I've been working 3pm-11pm for so long that my body is just used to making sure I'm up before 2 pm. *sighs at breaking sleep schedule*
I work those same exact hours. 7pm to 7 am. Probably not healthy at all, but a lot of caffeine at work, then when i get home i make some food, then immediately crash for the night. waking up at 6pm ready for work the next day. I just try to stay super busy at work so i know i will sleep thru the day.
Always make sure you're connected to Wi-Fi, turn off backround app refresh, turn down the screen brightness on your phone, and if all else fails you can buy one of those cell phone backup batteries you just plug into your phone if you're unable to charge your phone at work. Luckily we have Wi-Fi, and outlets at our work anyways in case my battery got low, but I couldn't imagine my phone dying while on shift...the sheer boredom to ensue.
I was just a dumb ass and forgot my charger lmao. We aren't allowed to access the wireless there. It's only for our patients. I thought I had the charger when I set up a hotspot for my tablet. Ended up catching it just in time and setting up google docs to work offline so I could at least start writing up more backstory.