How to Blow in the Microphone on DS Emulator

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How to Blow in the Microphone on DS Emulator
Emulate the internal microphone of the Nintendo DS with an external microphone. (Jupiterimages/liquidlibrary/Getty Images)

Many games on the Nintendo Dual Screen (DS) utilise the device's microphone as a part of the game mechanics. Games force you to speak or blow into the microphone to complete certain levels. Often, Nintendo DS emulators fail to offer an alternative for microphone-based mechanics. However, the emulator No Cash GBA (No$GBA) recognises your computer's microphone as the Nintendo DS microphone. The emulator is available for free on its official website and functions with Windows computers.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Instructions

    Computer Microphone

  1. 1

    Connect a USB or headphone jack microphone to your computer.

  2. 2

    Click on the "Start" menu and scroll to "Control Panel." Double-click on the "Sound" icon.

  3. 3

    Press the "Recording" tab and locate the icon of your microphone. Highlight the microphone and click on the "Set as Default" button. Press "Apply," then "OK."

  4. 4

    Open your Nintendo DS emulator and navigate to the portion of the game where you blow into the microphone.

  5. 5

    Speak into the microphone. Typically, a computer microphone requires a louder input than the DS microphone.

    Audacity

  1. 1

    Visit the Audacity website and click on the "Download" button.

  2. 2

    Install Audacity by following the instructions that appear at the installation prompt. Double-click on the "Audacity" icon to launch the program.

  3. 3

    Open the "Sound" menu and scroll to "Stereo Mix." This adjusts your computer so that it recognises output as input.

  4. 4

    Open your Nintendo DS emulator and navigate to the portion of the game where you blow into the microphone.

  5. 5

    Launch a media player such as iTunes, VLC or Windows Media Player. Double-click on a song or video file to play it. The DS emulator recognises this sound as microphone input.

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