RTX Voice with VoiceMeeter

Open RTX Voice

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Once you have opened RTX Voice make sure you select the "VoiceMeeter Output" under the "Input device" dropdown section.

Make sure the box next to "Remove background noise from my microphone is checked.

With this your microphone is routed through VoiceMeeter so you can play around with the volume and other settings in VoiceMeeter.

Next open VoiceMeeter. In VoiceMeeter add a new hardware input and select "MME: Nvidia RTX Voice" as shown below in the second column from the left. The MME option is best for software or USB solutions. Since RTX Voice is software base it will give you less problems down the road. If for some reason you are experiencing problems with the MME option change it to WDM.

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The new hardware option will allow you to monitor both your physical microphone (Blue Yeti in my case) and RTX Voice for troubleshooting issues.

If you want to make any changes make sure you do so under your physical microphone and not under RTX Voice. As shown above in the first column from the left I still have my "Gate" and "Voice" changed under my physical microphone.

Whenever you want to use RTX Voice in any software eg. Discord, Skype, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, etc. make sure you select "RTX Voice" as your input settings so that RTX Voice is your selected microphone. Otherwise you will be using your default microphone and surrounding audio will continue to leak through.