Voicemeeter is Audio Mixer Application endowed with Virtual Audio Device used as Virtual I/O to mix and manage any audio sources from or to any audio devices or applicat...
- Free • Proprietary
- Audio Router
- Audio Recorder
What is VB-Audio VoiceMeeter?
Voicemeeter is an audio virtual mixer that helps you simultaneously control and edit the audio output of up to three different apps.
The program lets you capture and separate up to two voice tracks and an audio track from any program or game that’s running in your computer so it's useful when you want to optimize video calls, record podcasts, create video tutorials or set up gameplays.
It comes in 3 different versions: VoiceMeeter (Basic), VoiceMeeter Banana (Advanced) and VoiceMeeter Potato (Ultimate)
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CategoriesAudio & Music • Remote Work & Education
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- aliegefaki reviewed VB-Audio VoiceMeeteralThe easiest way to route your audios
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- macrohard added Virtual Audio Cable as a feature to VB-Audio VoiceMeeterma
The mixer works well, has a lot of advanced controls and allows a lot of flexibility of use!
The easiest way to route your audios
its a pos trashware mutes my desktop audio when i try to make videos only works the day you install it
Nice addition to OBS Studio, to be able to record conference audio, but not other voice meeting at the same time! Thanks for the good job!
Causes as many problems as it solves, has spotty compatibility, and its convoluted interface is counter-intuitive. There's no reason the Channels could not be called simply A1, A2, B1, B2, etc, but instead we get names so long that not only does one have to scour them like a paragraph to suss out which is the right one, they often are too long to fit in the dropdown menus of certain apps, leaving one to guess blindly.
the channels names are fixed now.
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