Rendezvous echo with mixer
I just recently upgraded to Pro and i'm trying to get Rendezvous working right. If I select my mixer as the audio interface, the guests hear an echo on their end but everything sounds fine on mine. If use the audio from my USB camera the echo goes away on their end.
Is there a way I can send them my audio through the mixer with my mic without having them have an echo on their end?
Perhaps there's an issue with the mixer routing. It's not clear how you have your mixer setup or how you're monitoring. Maybe the mixer is mixing back monitored sound.
- MixPre-6 digital audio interface connected to new iMac Pro (3.2 GHz processor, 64 GB memory, Radeon Pro Vega56 8GB graphics card, 2TB SSD drive)
- MixPre-6 connects to iMac Pro USB-C to USB-C
- Headphones connect to MixPre-6 to the 3.5mm headphone jack
MixPre-6 is set up as the audio interface on the iMac Pro, both input and output
Audio MIDI Setup:
MixPre-6: Input/Output: 2 ch 24-bit Integer 44.1 kHz
Wirecast Pro: version 12.2.1
Bandwidth Download 480 Mbps, Upload 12 Mbps
My goal is simple, yet frustratingly elusive. I want to run Wirecast with a remote host brought in via Rendezvous. At this point I want to keep it simple. So, no live streaming yet. Just one co-host and me. We will record and then upload at a later time to YouTube.
Once we accomplish this I will then attempt to bring on a second and third co-host. Baby steps. But right now it’s just one co-host and me.
The problem has been audio. Many problems have happened in our earlier failed attempts. However, the current issue is that my co-host is experiencing an echo that is bad enough to interfere with their ability to do a broadcast.
In addition to the iMac Pro I have another iMac available on my desk. We can communicate using this computer on any platform. Zoom.us would be perfect for this. I’m happy to communicate with ANYONE (and pay them) on any platform.
Jeffrey D. Goodwin said:
Headphones connect to MixPre-6 to the 3.5mm headphone jack
If you're monitoring through the mixer and it's a USB in/out mixer, it's possible that what is going into the mixer is going back into Wirecast and causing an echo.
Instead, change your monitoring to the iMac headphone jack only (for this test its' safest to remove the mixer entirely and just monitor Rendezvous) and check that.
Jeffrey D. Goodwin said:
I’m happy to communicate with ANYONE (and pay them) on any platform.
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