General Overview

An overview of the Muse application.
In this tutorial, we'll go over a quick setup guide and general overview on how to get started with Muse.

You'll learn how to host or join a session, how to select the inputs you want to share, how to set the session's settings, and how to invite users to your session.

You'll also see an overview of the sidebar and collaborators section, and get an introduction to the quick actions that allow for Muse's workflow (i.e mute, solo, push-to-talk, and more).
In this video:

1 Hosting/Joining A Session — 00:09
2 Settings Selection — 00:24
3 Session Settings — 00:47
4 Inviting/Allowing Users Into The Session — 01:00
5 In-Session Overview/Sidebar Actions — 01:34
6 Collaborators Section — 02:18

Feature Overview

An overview of Muse's features.
In this tutorial, you'll see an overview of the powerful features that come with Muse.

We'll cover file sharing, screen sharing, screen control, and sharing/recording MIDI.

You'll also get an introduction to the Muse Audio Share device, and learn how to setup the device to share audio from your computer or another app like a DAW.
In this video:

1 Chat/File Sharing — 00:11
2 Sharing Audio From Your Computer (Basic Setup) — 00:42
3 Sharing Audio From Your DAW — 02:00
4 Muse Audio Driver Extra Features — 02:30
5 Screen Sharing/Screen Control — 02:49
6 Screen Share Toolbar Actions — 03:06
7 Playing/Recording MIDI — 04:08
8 Sending MIDI | Muse Setup — 04:13
9 Receiving MIDI | DAW Setup — 04:35

Record Audio Overview

An overview of recording audio over the network.
Muse is a powerful app that lets you record high quality audio from Muse, directly into your DAW.

This tutorial will show the recommended workflow for recording with Muse, as well as how to setup your DAW settings and Muse settings for recording.
In this video:

1 Recording Audio - Example Workflow — 00:41
2 Recording Audio - DAW Setup — 01:46
3 Setting Up Muse Recording Device For Recording — 02:13
4 Setting Up Muse DAW Controller — 02:32
5 Recording Audio - Muse Recording Settings — 03:19

Advanced Audio Settings

An overview of advanced audio settings in Muse.
This tutorial will cover more advanced settings for users with more technical knowledge. We'll discuss Local Loopback when sharing system audio, and echo cancellation with the Muse Audio Share device.

We'll also cover the Muse Multi-Output device, as well as how to properly configure it to avoid errors.

Lastly, we'll cover additional use cases with Muse if you and your collaborators are on the same network.
In this video:

1 Share High Quality Audio — 00:28
2 Local Loopback Overview — 00:50
3 Local Loopback With Multi-Output Devices — 01:27
4 Manually Change Local Loopback — 01:44
5 Fixing Playback Delay From Muse Audio Driver — 02:00
6 Muse Multi-Output Device — 02:20
7 Setting Up Muse Multi-Output Device — 02:32
8 Using the Muse Multi-Output Device — 03:53
9 Echo Cancellation With Muse Multi-Output Device — 04:32
10 Local Loopback With Muse Multi-Output Device — 04:58
11 More Use Cases In-Person With Muse — 05:21

Windows Overview

An overview of Muse on Windows.
In this tutorial, you'll learn about limitations and workarounds when using Muse on Windows.

We'll cover getting setup with a virtual audio cable like VB Audio Cable, and discuss how to use this device to share audio from your DAW or audio from your system. We'll also go over how to share MIDI with the session.

For now, Windows doesn't allow you to have multiple apps use the same device, so you won't be able to share MIDI with the session if it's being used by another app like your DAW. You also won't be able to share audio from your DAW and audio from your computer at the same time.
In this video:

1 Download a Virtual Audio Cable — 00:19
2 Sharing Audio From Your DAW — 00:35
3 Sharing Audio From Your Computer — 00:52
4 Sharing MIDI With the Session — 01:18