A detailed guide on how to set up a microphone in multiplayer choir with all sorts of Phasmophobia ghost types.

Phasmophobia is a cooperative horror game in which players take on the role of ghost seekers. One of the interesting mechanics in the game is that cooperative members can communicate with each other via radio, as well as try to summon spirits and ghosts with voice commands through the microphone. At the moment, this feature works with interruptions, and many users can not properly configure their microphone. Especially for such players we have prepared this guide.

No matter how trivial this sounds, the first thing you need to do is to make sure that your microphone is connected to your PC and installed as the default device. You can do this by right-clicking on the speaker icon at the bottom right corner of the screen, then selecting “Open Sound Options”.

How to set up a microphone in Phasmophobia
How to set up a microphone in Phasmophobia
In the window that opens, select the item on the right panel “Sound Control Panel”.

Go to the “Recording” section and, if necessary, install the microphone found by the system as the default device.

Now open the properties of your microphone and go to the “Advanced” tab. There are two items to be checked against:

Allow applications to use the device in monopolistic mode;
Give priority to applications in monopolistic mode.

When you are done with this item, you can start checking the microphone in the game. Open the settings and try to check the microphone. If everything works, you will not need to follow the steps in this manual. Otherwise, please read the following points of the manual.

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