MicSwitch is an Open Source audio tool designed for muting/unmuting your microphone via a predefined systemwide hotkey.
MicSwitch is usable across any program utilizing your microphone. Also, it supports configurable mute/unmute sounds(similar to TeamSpeak/Ventrilo) as well as a configurable overlay that allows for scaling and transparency manipulation. All the features included within MicSwitch will allow seamless switching between chat apps while utilizing the same input system with overlay along with notifications support.
MicSwitch will prove to be a valuable resource for gamers, streamers, or anyone who spend a lot of time on their machines and require microphone usage to provide them with efficient control over their microphones.
Multiple microphones support (useful for streamers) System-wide hotkeys (supports mouse XButtons) Always-on-top configurable (scale, transparency) Overlay Mute/unmute audio notification (with custom audio files support) Multiple hotkeys support Auto-startup (could be Minimized by default) Two Audio modes: Push-to-talk and Toggle
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