VB-Audio CABLE is a Windows Audio Driver working as Virtual Audio Cable. Will allow you to connect Audio Software together with Virtual Audio Device, to record input of streaming software. Donationware.
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This virtual device drivers, will permit to record audio streams from your applications, and to pass audio to other programs. Interface multiple audio streams with vitual cables.
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