Playing music in the server must be played via a program, rather than holding your mic to your speakers and playing music through them like some sort of neanderthal. This article serves as a tutorial on the recommended way to play music in our server.
If you've ever used HLDJ back in the day, SLAM might be a bit familiar. SLAM is the Source Live Audio Mixer, a free, open source tool for playing music in Source games. While it is very similar to HLDJ, it has many improvements that makes it stand out such as volume adjustment per song, automatic tagging of songs (choose songs via a tag rather than a number), a trimmer, and a YouTube importer.
SLAM is simple to set up; follow the instructions below:
voice_loopback 1and then
voice_loopback 1allows you to hear your own playback as others would hear it. It is recommended to enable it. However, some servers may automatically mute you if this is enabled.
lain the console to get a list of all available songs