Hi folks, The GoXLR looks pretty cool and claims to be for streamers and even markets to streamers with a two PC setup. I have a few questions about whether or not certain things are possible with the GoXLR. When using a two PC stream setup, I think it's a big deal to be able to isolate the microphone on its own line out, and then the master mix on a different line out. I find this important so that you can mute your mic exclusively to OBS while still being able to use the mic on your gaming PC - this is needed quite often when streaming but needing to discuss something privately over discord or something (server passwords, phone calls, whatever). Most "higher end" entry level mixers can do this through mix minus configurations, or some even have two mixes like several ZED mixer products. Basically, both OBS and gaming PC should be able to receive a single line with just the Mic audio on it, and then OBS would also receive the second mix line. Is GoXLR capable of this? It doesn't look like it's possible with GoXLR, but I wanted to ask to be positive. Next question whether or not GoXLR audio processing will freeze if the USB source PC freezes? I see that the mixer's processing is off-loaded to the PC it's connected to. Does this mean that if that PC crashes or freezes then the audio processing will also freeze? So if while streaming, a game freezes and locks up PC or PC reboots, audio to stream will be dead for that time? I've already pre-ordered, but was curious about these questions! Thanks!
Hi folks, I'm new to audio and am setting up a X1204 USB mixer. I'm wanting to isolate and split the mic channel out to two different destinations. I have a single mic into my mixer and want to isolate it, I can easily put mic input channel onto AUX out for this. But, I want that mic output to be split and go to two PCs into their mic inputs. So, I was thinking, I could just find some sort of splitter for my 1/4 mono FX send output and split it into two 3.5mm cables for my two PC mic inputs. I'm having trouble finding these cables or adapters though, so I must be on the wrong track. Anybody know if these exist? Thanks!