Please note, this guide is no longer necessary if you are using Windows. A much easier and faster way to get up and running on Windows is to use our brand new Radio.co Broadcaster - learn more about this by clicking here.
However, if you would prefer to use an alternative piece of software such as BUTT, the guide you're currently reading will cover this topic.
This guide will show you how to broadcast all of your Windows computer's audio, like input devices and media players, to your online radio station.
Enabling Stereo Mix (Or similar)
To get started, you'll need to right click on the speaker icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, and then click "Recording Devices".
Next, if you can't see "Stereo Mix" you'll need to click in the white space and click "Show disabled devices".
Stereo Mix should then appear.
After you have done this, then you will need to right click on "Stereo Mix" and click "Enable", and then right click again and click "Set as default device".
After enabling Stereo Mix, click "OK" and then head to your broadcasting software. You can use any software to do this, however, for this guide we are using BUTT.
Set up BUTT (or other) to use Stereo Mix as its input device, in this case under the "Audio" tab.
When you're ready to broadcast, hit play in BUTT and you should see that you are now connected to Radio.co, streaming your microphone input and any sound made by your computer.
There are a few other ways you can broadcast all audio from your computer to your online radio station. Our help guide shows you a few different methods you can choose, like using a broadcasting desk. Check out the guide on how to Talk Over a Live DJ Broadcast.