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Gaming / Re: Jacksepticeye, Markiplier or PewDiePie?
« Last post by BulbasaurIsBest on September 22, 2020, 13:32 »
Dunkey is great, unfortunately he doesn't make long video and he doesn't upload that often...but every video of his is hilarious
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I know this post is a bit older, but I'm curious to know how long it took you to complete both of the Pokedexs. I've always wanted to complete one, but never had the patience for it...
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Yes and no, I started playing the games in German, which was one of the languages most familiar to me. However nowadays I play the games in English, and I have to admit it feels a lot better to play in English
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Say Hello! / Re: Sign-In Book
« Last post by sylar on September 15, 2020, 20:09 »
i check in from time to time, both discord and site. but sometimes i dont really say much. i just lurk.

if you wanna chat it up, ʀᴜᴅʏ#6165 is my user and im online basically all the time except when im asleep lol.

as for beef, yeah, same here. its squashed flat. im 26 and dont care enough about old internet drama. we good. probably. unless... ?
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Random Randomness / Re: first world problems
« Last post by Petzbreeder on September 09, 2020, 17:32 »
My bad memories are resurfacing again.

I need to find an effective way to explain to my mum that my french teachers were impossible to learn from.

I've found one way to give her a japanese lesson in the same way my teachers taught french. I'm not sure how she will react.

Welcome to your very first japanese lesson. Understand this. Are you fluent yet?

If I did this to my french teachers, they would probably hate me, not that they didn't before.
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Media / Re: Will I be able to record my keyboard this way?
« Last post by Petzbreeder on September 03, 2020, 20:21 »
My dad found the line in for me. I found an audio splitter on Amazon which works the way I had in mind, unlike the one I linked to before.

Now I need to get my dad to find a HDMI cable (we have plenty in the house) for the next part of my plan.

I'll be able to fully record myself playing my keyboard soon.
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Media / Re: Will I be able to record my keyboard this way?
« Last post by Turner on September 02, 2020, 16:53 »
Do you mean that red port on the far right? If so, I've wondered what that was for a while!
Edit: As it turns out, my speakers are plugged into that one. I only noticed it on the picture when I saw it on Amazon. My dad was the one who put my pc together. That's why I didn't know.



My keyboard only supports 6.35mm, so I'll have to get a cable like this.

First of all, if you want to save some money and you already have a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable (They often come with wireless headphones if you have any of those lying around) you can use one of these:

https://www.gak.co.uk/en/lynx-gold-plated-headphone-adaptor-3-5mm-stereo-jack-to-6-35mm-/924996

You just screw it on the end of the 3.5mm and you can plug it into your keyboard.

As for your Line in/Line out...that's a bit confusing. Red normally is the line in, and green will be the line out...You've probably seen it on loads of desktop PCs. This pic might help you figure it out:



For what it's worth, this isn't a strict guide on where things should go. Give or take a few differences, most of those 3.5mm ports on your PC are pretty much the same. If I were you I'd just try plugging your keyboard into all of them, chances are your sound card software will pop up on your PC when you do to inform you that you just plugged something in. From there you should be able to figure out which one is the correct port to plug it into (It'll probably pop up and tell you that something is plugged into the microphone in or something to that effect).
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Media / Re: Will I be able to record my keyboard this way?
« Last post by Petzbreeder on September 01, 2020, 22:48 »
you could just use a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cord to go from the line in (Microphone port, normally red)

Do you mean that red port on the far right? If so, I've wondered what that was for a while!
Edit: As it turns out, my speakers are plugged into that one. I only noticed it on the picture when I saw it on Amazon. My dad was the one who put my pc together. That's why I didn't know.



My keyboard only supports 6.35mm, so I'll have to get a cable like this.
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Media / Re: Will I be able to record my keyboard this way?
« Last post by Turner on August 31, 2020, 21:09 »
The best way of doing this would be to get a USB Audio interface like the focusrite scarlett, but you could just use a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cord to go from the line in (Microphone port, normally red) on the PC and the other end goes into your Aux Out/Headphone port on your Keyboard (with the 3.5mm -> 1/4" jack adapter).

Together that would probably cost no more than a tenner, a tenth of the price of a USB audio interface but it's true the output could be noisy. If you're looking for something to record more professionally (or if you plan on slowly getting better and putting them online or something) then the USB audio interface is the way to go.
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Media / Re: Will I be able to record my keyboard this way?
« Last post by Petzbreeder on August 31, 2020, 20:57 »
I don't think my pc has a line in port. I know you said it was overkill, but would the idea I came up with using the USB actually work, or would I end up with the noise problem I mentioned earlier?

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