Live streaming DAW music production using a OBS Studio but keep using a ASIO output driver of your audio interface?
You don’t need to mess around with MME or WDM as a output device.
- Install ReaPlugs VST FX Suite and make sure your DAW & OBS studio recognize it (Tip : Symbolic link of folder works!).
- Add “reastream-standalone” plug-in to DAW master audio out and set “Send audio/MIDI; IP = * local broadcast”
- Now open OBS audio setting and add Mic/Auxiliary Audio (Choose a device you’re not using!).
- Add “reastream-standalone” VST plug-in filter to that device. You don’t need change settings this time.
- Now you should see the audio level meter is moving when DAW playing something (you can set monitoring on OBS if you need).
Syncing Behringer TD-3 & Korg Volca with a TS/TRS cable.
A small piece of recording from when I was preparing Youtube live.
No editing in post (probably there’s some bad frequency for your ear), oscilloscope added in realtime with Ableton Live (MaudioPlugins) & OBS Studio.
Gear & software used :
- Korg Volca Drum
- Behringer usb mixer
- Sony A7s + FE16-35mm
- Elgato Cam Link 4k
- OBS Studio – Ableton Live (MaudioPlugins) for realtime oscilloscope display
Sound experiments using the Volca Modular with Arduino Synth.
I made a simple Arduino synth using a Mozzi library with bunch of push buttons (wave form and filter value).
Mozzi library : https://sensorium.github.io/Mozzi
Valhalla supermassive plug-in in Ableton live and Zoom 70CDR used for effect.
30 minutes of chaos with Volca Nubass & Volca Drum (with lot of mistakes). Zoom 70CDR adding reverb to Nubass’s audio. Volca Drum audio is dry signal.
– Korg Volca Nubass
– Korg Volca Drum
– Behringer usb mixer
– Sony A7s + FE16-35mm
– Elgato Cam Link 4k