When I figure it out, I will make a video showing the steps.
It is usually only complicated the first time you go through the motions, finding menus and settings. Once you become familiar with where they are, it becomes much easier.
Yes, HiFiCable does have a visual GUI
C:\Program Files (x86)\VB\ASIOBridge\VBCABLE_AsioBridge.exe
- see the videos at the bottom of this page for more info.
The HiFiCable version still complicates things, and is VERY finicky about sample rates. I would just use the regular VB-Cable for this application, most likely.
[EDIT] But the cool thing about HiFiCable is that the GUI lets you connect anything (even system sounds) directly to the Voicemeeter Virtual ASIO inputs, or directly to the inserts. Just click the drop-down that says, “Select A.S.I.O. Device” and once selected, hit the “ASIO Off” button changing it to read “ASIO On”.
You can alternatively select an actual ASIO hardware device, or ASIO4ALL if you have that installed as well.