- Under Audio Input, select the sound card/channel of the input device. Click your mouse to drop down a list of available inputs
- Under Audio Input, choose the mode you want to transmit the audio (stereo, mono, left on both sides, right on both sides, Lx (left/silence), xR (silence/right). (Starting with the November 10, 2017 release, this setting defaults to Stereo at startup.)
- Under Network In/Out, choose the network connection you wish to use. Click your mouse to drop down a list of available network connections. In addition to the network cards present in your computer, you will see a loopback (127.0.0.1) that is handy for testing.
- Under Remote Link, type in the IP address of the computer that you are connecting to. This IP address has to be filled in on at least one end. Usually, you would leave this blank on a studio computer (where the address of the remotes connecting to it would vary) but in the field you would fill in the IP address of the studio to hear its return audio.
- Drag the slider under playback buffer to match the type of connection you have between the two computers. Choose the buffer size on both ends that matches the slowest connection. For example, if one end has a cable modem connection but the other end is using WiFi or a mobile internet hotspot, set both ends to either WiFi or Mobile.
- Under Audio Output, click to drop down a list of available sound card outputs and pick the sound card/channel of the output device.
- When everything is all set, click Start. Your computer is now ready for the other end to connect.
- When the other end has clicked start, you will have audio flowing in both directions.
If you are connecting your computers via the internet, you will most likely need to set up port forwarding for UDP port 5006 on your router on each end.