Advanced Uses

Changing the Input in Dubler

Dubler’s default input is the custom USB mic. However, Dubler also allows you to change the input to allow for some experimental uses. Meaning you can route audio from almost anything into the software and see what results you get. The input can be changed by accessing the Audio Device Settings, via the cog in […]

Connecting Dubler to Hardware

As well as controlling plugins and VSTs Dubler can also be used to control MIDI-compatible hardware such as drum machines and synthesizers Here’s an example of us controlling a Roland TR-8 using Dubler: If your hardware has 5 pin or USB MIDI capabailities then you will be able to control it with Dubler via your […]