Virtual Audio Cable
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windoows All|
|File size:||394 KB|
Editor's review Virtual Audio Cable
VAC is a real time application that allows you to connect multiple audio apps at same time. It is similar to sound cards that have hardwired output and input. Once this app sends some audio stream through a virtual cable, some other applications are enabled to record this stream using the other end of the virtual cable. You will be able to process and record any kind of audio apps with the usage of other kind of audio applications. VAC operates similar like TotalRecorder, but the usage of it is more universal. You can use it for: • Creating chains of synthesizer software’s like Reality and Generator • Audio processing • Audio recording ( Sound forge, Wave Lab, Adobe Audition) • Sequencing with Cubase and Cakewalk • Internet Telephony and Voice apps like Skype This application can work on Windows 2k3, XP, Win7 and Vista. Also both 32 and 64-bit WDM PnP drivers are supported.
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The intention of Virtual Audio Cable is to connect a few audio applications into one bundle on real time. It is similar to a sound card that has hard wires to provide input and output. Whenever an audio stream is sent by one application to a virtual cable the other applications are able to record the streaming audio at the other end of the cable. As such, you have the ability to record audio from one application to another. Operation of VAC is similar to that of TotalRecorder with the only difference of being more universal. You can use it for creating chains of synthesizers. It works with Windows XP, Vista, Win7 and 2k3.