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LOOPBACK 2: ELEVATES THE INTERFACE FOR SOPHISTICATED SOUND ROUTING IN MACOS

If you’ve ever used an app that accepts an audio input and was frustrated that you can specify only one piece of audio hardware, or if you’ve wanted to route the sound output of an app into Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, or another conversation, Rogue Amoeba’s Loopback is the program you need. The latest version improves significantly on its predecessor, which itself was quite powerful.

The app lets you combine hardware audio—like mics and line input—with the audio output of apps and system-level components, like Text-to-Speech, to create virtual audio devices. A combined audio device appears as a single item you can select as

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