Virtual Audio Cable [Win x86 x64]

By | April 9, 2019


Year / Release Date : 04.2019
Version :
Developer : software.muzychenko
Developer site : vac.muzychenko
Digit capacity : 32bit, 64bit
Interface Language : English
Tabletka : cured (Retail)
System requirements : Win 5.1..10.x (Windows XP / 2003 / Vista / Server 2008 / Win7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10) platforms, 32-bit or 64-bit.

Description : The program creates several audio devices in the system, called “virtual cables”, each of which contains an input and output device for sound supply. Any application can send its audio stream to the “output” part of the cable, while any other application can receive sound from the “input” part of this virtual cable. Transmission occurs entirely in digital form, due to this, the sound quality is not reduced. In general, the features of Virtual Audio Cable are very similar to What You Hear or Stereo Mix sound cards like Sound Blaster Live! or audigy. If the audio signal to the virtual cable sends more than one application, then the Virtual Audio Cable mixes the sound together. If the audio signal receives more than one program, this utility distributes the same audio stream between them.
Virtual Audio Cable is useful for recording real-time computer audio stream, for example, to transfer audio from audio players, software synthesizers and to transfer this sound to audio editors for further processing. You can use two or more players (sound generator, synthesizer, sequencer, etc.) to create sound, then redirect this stream to a virtual cable to mix and transfer to any of your favorite editors, for example, Windows Sound Recorder, Audacity , Sound Forge, WaveLab, Adobe Audition (formerly Cool Edit Pro), Gold Wave, Cakewalk / Sonar, Cubase / Nuendo, etc.


Local (console) session only (does not work via Remote Desktop or Terminal Services).
Windows 5.x, 6.x and 10.x platforms (32-bit and 64-bit).
Up to 256 virtual cable devices (some systems limit number of MME devices).
1..20 milliseconds per interrupt / event.
1..100 pin instances.
PCM audio formats (1000..384000 samples per second, 8. 32 bits per sample, 1..8 channels). Floating point formats are not supported.
Almost no sound latency with maximal interrupt / event frequency.
RTAudio support with notification events, clock and position registers. Cables are coherent.
Unlimited number of Kernel Streaming clients connected to each port.
Signal mixing (with saturation) between output port clients.
PCM format conversion (sampling rate, bits per sample, number of channels).
Volume control features (both attenuation and boost).
Channel scattering / gathering mode.
Watermark control technique for improved stability with unstable applications.
Stream buffering technique to partially compensate for bad application buffering algorithms.
Control Panel
Audio Repeater application.

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