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Apps with 'Connecting audio streams' feature

  1. JACK is a professional sound server daemon that provides real-time low latency connections for both audio and MIDI data between applications that implement its API. The API can be used through either JACK1 or JACK2.

  2. VB-Audio CABLE is a Windows Audio Driver working as a Virtual Audio Cable. After installing the VB-CABLE driver, a new playback device appears in the audio device list and can be set as default device. VB-CABLE can be set as the default device, just like any regular audio device.



  3. Soundflower is a Mac OS X system extension that allows applications to pass audio to other applications. Soundflower is easy to use, it simply presents itself as an audio device, allowing any audio application to send and receive audio with no other support needed.

    Discontinued

    The project seems no longer developed. Last version, 2.0b2, released in December 2014, can be still downloaded from GitHub.

  4. Virtual Audio Cable is the definitive audio routing tool for Windows that lets you redirect audio streams between applications and devices on your computer.

  5. GTK-based patchbay for pipewire, inspired by the JACK tool catia.

  6. Create virtual audio devices to take the sound from applications and audio input devices, then send it to audio processing applications. Loopback is a software solution that provides the power of a high-end studio mixing board.

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • Android Tablet
    • iPad

    WO Mic can turn your phone to be a microphone for your computer. Millions of people have installed it and are using it daily for talking, recording, voice remote control and many other activities.

  7. Usually, all programs send their audio output to your soundcard independently. With Virtual Audio Stream you can route the output signal of any application to be the input signal of any other application.

  8. Starter project enabling you to add bluetooth audio streaming to any old speakers or Hi-Fi using just a Raspberry Pi.