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Windows 7: How to mix motherboard audio ports (red, green and blue)?

15 Aug 2013   #1

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How to mix motherboard audio ports (red, green and blue)?

Hello everybody,

I would like to mix audio ports (line out and mic) on my motherboard. Is there a handy utility that can do the job for me? Please, let me know.

I usually talk to my friends in Germany on Skype for a long time. While I am on the phone I usually listen to music. Is there a way that my friend on the other side of the line can hear what I am listening? My idea is to mix the line out port with the mic port since whatever I speak into the microphone the voice can be heard very well on the other side of the line. Moreover, I would like to find a handy utility that can perform the mixing job for me.

Thanks,
Lord of Rings

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